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10-29-2013 17:11:16

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sorry didnt read before i posted the washer im talking about is the oil filter ... the cover sits on it....dewy

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10-29-2013 17:52:19

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 Re: farmall200 in reply to dewy, 10-29-2013 17:11:16  
It is common for the filter base to have an old gasket in it. it will be so hard that it appears to be metal. It will be brittle and the tool of choice is a sharp small screwdriver. and a hammer to crack the old gasket and a dental pick to get it to start out. An ice pick is also useful. Believe in the fact that the groove is 3/16" deep. Two gaskets will be an issue that makes a person gnash their teeth. Jim

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10-29-2013 18:36:22

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 Re: farmall200 in reply to Janicholson, 10-29-2013 17:52:19  
thanks ya i repleyed above ,,,i will try that jim in morning it would make sense i never found one under it,, i swore i scrubbed metal,,, i will scrub harder an try chopping in morning....somethings wrong its to hard to get right,,,, but istill dont understand the bolt.... dewy

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