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Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question

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D Slater

11-27-2012 11:11:28

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I have a extra base that takes the same filters in both if interested in going that way. Probably needs some clean up. Yes you find the early type that someone put the filters in, but unless they used the adapter the fluid is bypassing at the bottom. IH started using the same filter type bases during 400 production.

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11-27-2012 11:14:57

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to D Slater, 11-27-2012 11:11:28  
Could you send me some pictures? I would also not want to do any replumbing if the connections are different. Did yours come off an MD. Also I have an "A" pump if that matters.


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D Slater

11-28-2012 06:12:23

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to hattrick, 11-27-2012 11:14:57  

Back side of a MD and the one for both filters the same closest. Only difference in the other side is the aux filter hole opening size. Real late MD can have a casting that looks the same on the back side but hole sizes are different. Different filter bolts for MD pictured. Both the long shoulder bolts used with both filters the same. Only about a 1/16 size in some hole openings. Fellow could probably make a thin sleeve to work and put a spacer on the original bolt if wanting to put a finial filter in the aux. Casting I have needs a good cleaning and was selling cheep just so someone would get some use from it. Email is open if interested if not thats fine.

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11-27-2012 13:26:18

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to hattrick, 11-27-2012 11:14:57  
May get the picture tomorrow. Its off a D281 engine. Fittings all in the same places. Would need to put your cans and water trap on it. Don't know the model MD you have, but if a line has different fittings on the end. Your fittings will screw right in to the pipe threads in the base. Should have the bolt to include for the can. If you notice the shoulder on the sock bolt is a different length. Shoulder like the other bolt is used with same type filters.

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