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DON TX

10-17-2012 13:34:13
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The filter I have has the wire bale handle. Does the handle go to the bottom or top? The parts drawing shows felt washer(s) that go on top of the filter under the spring. Are these necessary? I've never changed 1 of these and the original filter was missing along with all the piddly stuff. Can someone explain what I need to do?
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2tractors

10-17-2012 16:31:00
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to DON TX, 10-17-2012 13:34:13  
Been a while since I've been in a 20 but do remember posting the order once in the archives, I had to cut somre rungs off an old bed spring until it held the "basket" flush against the oil pan. Make sure the pipe has the center hole clear. Install the spring and basket then the felt washer then tie it with wire so it doesn't fall down then install the pan, reach inside remove wire and install filter then the round cover with gasket

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DON TX

10-17-2012 20:14:05
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to 2tractors, 10-17-2012 16:31:00  
Ok, you just informed me there is something else missing. The "basket". Great. What do I do about that. Chances of finding a used one won't be very likely since it sounds like they damage easily. Looked in YT, Stieners and no new part available. I wonder how important it is if you change oil on a timely basis you won't have to worry about gobs or junk building up enuff to bother the filter. I'll have to think about this.
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2tractors

10-18-2012 05:08:38
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to DON TX, 10-17-2012 20:14:05  
The basket is something similar in shape as the "pan" and is a screen mesh like a colander or strainer.I don't think its all that necessary.I've never found a big glob stuck between the screen.



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10-17-2012 16:39:09
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to 2tractors, 10-17-2012 16:31:00  
After looking in the archives there is also a "pan" so its spring,pan,basket,washer filter.



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Trac

10-17-2012 16:21:32
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to DON TX, 10-17-2012 13:34:13  
Hi Don the handle goes to the bottom so it can easily be pulled out as far as the washers i would put them in.



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DON TX

10-17-2012 20:15:36
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 Re: Filter spring size? in reply to Trac, 10-17-2012 16:21:32  
Thanks, now I have to find some washers.
DON TX



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