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Re: 641 questions

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03-07-2013 06:03:41

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Keith Williams said: (quoted from post at 06:48:43 03/07/13) "Also, I pulled the bottom off the air filter assembly but I can't seem to get the air filter cartridge out from the bottom, any tricks/tips??


This is NOT a dry air cleaner! There should have been oil in the bottom of the cup you took off. You need to get a manual before you screw this up.


Yes, it's an oiled air filter system similar to many classic vehicles, and my John Deere 3010 tractor as well. yes there was oil in the bottom, however, the oil, instead of being black or a clean oil color was a nasty chunky brown color, I want to change the oil in the air filter system and I'd like to change the air filter cartridge as well since I'm finding a LOT if garbage and debris in it.

I also have a I&T shop manual FO-20, but its pretty much useless for basic tune ups or maintenance.
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03-07-2013 18:04:23

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 Re: 641 questions in reply to EarlyBronco, 03-07-2013 06:03:41  
Sorry if I was being a little harsh.

Many people just unbolt the air cleaner and then put it in a 5 gal bucket full of diesel to clean them up.

If you go to the other tractor site.
Then go to the Manuals section, you can look at the operator's manual.

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03-08-2013 07:25:59

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 Re: 641 questions in reply to Keith Williams, 03-07-2013 18:04:23  
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No harm done, Keith. Thanks for the link! I've read the manual like 6 times lol TONS of good info in it!

But I know what you mean about the oil bath filter systems, my 1955 Buick Special still has it, I figure why change it? It works well and many aftermarket companies use the oil bath system (oily air filter) as their idea for an "oiled filter" not naming names (k&n) but there are many

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