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Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter.

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jfnewt

01-26-2013 18:01:36
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This is my TO35 maybe this will help
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Bruce(OR)

01-26-2013 18:15:53
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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to jfnewt, 01-26-2013 18:01:36  
I appreciate your efforts. I copied/pasted and had no luck with the link. I even went to flicker for a try and still no luck. Oh well. Thank you for your efforts. I have the top cover with a tube running down the side of it and then the cyclone device. They look like I should need a 90 degree hose to connect the two parts and then bolt the cyclone mounting arm to the ...?
Currently too dark to go look.

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Tom in MO

01-27-2013 11:27:13
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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-26-2013 18:15:53  
Bruce: I tried taking a picture of the bracket, but there are too many things in the way, and not enough contrast in color between the parts, so you really can"t see what"s going on.

At any rate, my bracket has that "homemade" look, so yours may not connect the same, anyway.

I did get a decent picture of the rubber hose connection between the cyclone anf the top cover of the air cleaner - let me know if it would help, and I"ll post it.

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Tom in MO

01-26-2013 19:18:43
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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to Bruce(OR), 01-26-2013 18:15:53  
Bruce, my TO-20 has the Cyclone air cleaner - I"ll try to post a picture tomorrow, but your description sounds like mine.

By the way: do you have plans for your existing screened top for the air cleaner, that you"ll be taking off when you install the Cyclone?

I"ve been looking for one, as I"d like to take off my Cyclone, and go back to original.



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Bruce(OR)

01-26-2013 20:47:35
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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to Tom in MO, 01-26-2013 19:18:43  
You might get lucky with finding it on fleabay. I had an extra one in mint condition that I just sold off because i was getting the Cyclone. it went away for $40 with shipping.



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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to Tom in MO, 01-26-2013 19:18:43  
You might get lucky with finding it on fleabay. I had an extra one in mint condition that I just sold off because i was getting the Cyclone. it went away for $40 with shipping.



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 Re: TO-20 Cyclone air filter. in reply to Tom in MO, 01-26-2013 19:18:43  
Bruce, I took a quick look, and:

1. Mine has a bracket on the back side of the metal "cyclone" - one part of the bracket bolts to one side of the muffler clamp, and the other part of the bracket goes under a nut on the valve cover.

2. There"s a short piece of 1 1/2 inch rubber hose, with a 90-degree bend, that connects the "cyclone" to the top cover of the air cleaner. (The cyclone requires a different top cover for the air cleaner from the one that originally came on the tractor.)

I may not have described it very well - hopefully a picture will help.

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