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TO20 engine with no filter

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Nate Lehmann

05-19-2014 11:09:06
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I was wondering if someone could help me out. I bought a TO20 last fall and went to change the oil this spring and saw there was no plate on the oil pan where the filter goes. So I took off the oil pan and saw there was indeed no filter and just a float and screen. Someone before me modified it because the engine is original Z120A-600. Should I leave it as is or is there a kit I can get to put the filter back in?

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Bruce(OR)

05-20-2014 22:06:38
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-19-2014 11:09:06  
Once again the email contact in this message has been enabled. God Bless.



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Tom Bowman

05-20-2014 08:53:19
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-19-2014 11:09:06  
Nate, the Parts Book diagram that Jason will post will be the most help, but in the meantime, here's a photo of an oil filter screen from a TO-20:


(Note: they're NOT supposed to be mashed in at the top like mine was!)



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Nate Lehmann

05-20-2014 09:08:14
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Tom Bowman, 05-20-2014 08:53:19  


Jason Here is a pic of the screen



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Jason S.

05-20-2014 12:12:03
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-20-2014 09:08:14  
That is an oil pick up from a TO-30. I can"t believe somebody did that. You are going to need several parts to make it right, or drill the block and add an external filter to it.



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Nate Lehmann

05-20-2014 18:38:10
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Jason S., 05-20-2014 12:12:03  
Thats sucks. Well what parts do i need to change or how hard is it to drill into the block. What would be the best choice and least expensive?



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Bruce(OR)

05-19-2014 21:28:20
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-19-2014 11:09:06  
I should have a pan. drop me a line. email open



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Nate Lehmann

05-20-2014 08:04:52
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Bruce(OR), 05-19-2014 21:28:20  
What would you want for the pan and another question is that seem like there is a oil screen also form a TO30 in place. Is that also in a TO20 or do I need to rework it to fit for the oil filter.



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Bruce(OR)

05-20-2014 16:59:43
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-20-2014 08:04:52  
I am pretty much open to reasonable offers...
So, let your conscience be your guide.



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Jason S.

05-20-2014 08:29:57
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-20-2014 08:04:52  
If it is a large round screen with a hole in the top of it to slide up over the tube hanging down then it is for a TO-20. I'll post a pic from the parts book.



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Jason S.

05-19-2014 17:08:48
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 Re: TO20 engine with no filter in reply to Nate Lehmann, 05-19-2014 11:09:06  
Sounds like somebody has swapped the TO-20 oil pan for a TO-30 oil pan. You can buy replacement oil pans for TO-20"s.



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