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Re: removing and replacing wire mesh in 65 oil bath clener

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jedagi

04-01-2013 20:01:15
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If I remember correctly I took the breather hose off. Removed the screws that hold the breather assembly in place. Then lift the hole thing out threw the top. Seems like I had to take the oil cup and clamp off to get it lifted out. Once that is done there's a baffle that above the oil cup that pulls out. Behind that is your mesh. It just slides out also. If it is in good shape it can be washed in solvent. Getting it rolled back up and in the breather is tricky. I rolled mine around a piece of pipe about the same size are a bit bigger than the center pipe in the breather. Put the pipe end against the center pipe in the breather and slide the mesh wire into the breather . Then reassemble and install everything . Fill cup with fresh oil and make sure the clamp is in the correct place when you tighten it. It took me a couple tries getting the mesh wraped the correct size to fit back in the breather. I hope I explained this clearly enough. Its easier done than explained.

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65 massey

04-02-2013 14:43:10
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 Re: removing and replacing wire mesh in 65 oil bath clener in reply to jedagi, 04-01-2013 20:01:15  
Thank you for the reply. I have done all that except I can't get the baffle out of cleaner housing to remove the mesh. The mesh is junk.
I may have to pull it out in pieces and replace in pieces.



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mike paulson

04-03-2013 13:33:34
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 Re: removing and replacing wire mesh in 65 oil bath clener in reply to 65 massey, 04-02-2013 14:43:10  
Grab that retainer with a pair of channel locks and twist and yank till it comes out, its only pressed in and will come out. then grab the mesh with some pliers and pull it out and either rinse in gas or just buy a new one. they are available and might even be bought on this site.



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65 massey

04-04-2013 20:39:32
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 Re: removing and replacing wire mesh in 65 oil bath clener in reply to mike paulson, 04-03-2013 13:33:34  
Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately the baffle piece is tack welded in the center.



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65 massey

04-03-2013 22:05:28
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 Re: removing and replacing wire mesh in 65 oil bath clener in reply to mike paulson, 04-03-2013 13:33:34  
Thank you for the reply. Unfortunately the baffle piece is tack welded in the center.



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