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Re: my t-o 20 questions
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Tom in MO
Jason: thanks for posting that diagram - I have the Parts Book for the TO-20, but the print job in mine isn't nearly as good as yours. (Looks like your book must be an original.)
I'm waiting until snow blading season is over to change my oil and filter for the first time, and I'm curious to see what parts have been lost out of my assembly. (The tractor seems to have been fairly well maintained otherwise, so hopefully I won't find any big surprises.)
One question: where does the felt washer shown as Reference No. 53 go?
And, does the No. 48 Spring come out when changing the filter, or does the No 49 felt washer (assuming it's there) hold the spring in place?
Finally, as has been discussed in great detail elsewhere on this forum (including by me), I have three (3) different oil filters that are ALL allegedly the correct filter for the TO-20, and I'm still not certain that any of them is correct!
It appears that many sellers/manufacturers are ignoring the "inside-to-outside" flow requirement for the TO-20 filter, as mentioned above by John (UK), and as discussed in the TO-20 Owner's Manual and Shop Manual, and are selling the same filter for both the TO-20 and TO-30.
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