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Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ?

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bcraig2N

09-08-2017 17:07:57




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I am thinking about getting a Spin on oil filter Kit for my1964 MF 35 with the Z134 Continental engine.

I see several offer the Kit

Any Preference as to which brand to buy ?




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ptfarmer

09-11-2017 07:26:03




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
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Yes



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shaeff

09-11-2017 05:29:42




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
Napa Gold is usually Wix.



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Phil Tibbetts

09-10-2017 16:24:09




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
If you want a filter that is a little shorter get a Fram PH3600....less than $4 at Wally World. Will screw right on.



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Phil Tibbetts

09-10-2017 07:44:46




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
One more thing, make sure it comes with the gasket and filter. Should be able to get it on flea bay for less than $30. I just bought one there. NAPA FILTER # IS 1460....Wix 51460.....Fram 2895



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steve19438

09-11-2017 04:56:46




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 09-10-2017 07:44:46  
aren't the napa and wix the same animal ?



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Phil Tibbetts

09-11-2017 15:52:01




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to steve19438, 09-11-2017 04:56:46  
I think Wix makes NAPA filters.



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ptfarmer

09-09-2017 08:12:55




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
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Yep, you oil up the gasket, and the threads then snug it down hand tight. After the engine heats, and cools the oil sticks the gasket to the engine (which is why its hard to get off when you change it).



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fbh44

09-09-2017 02:07:43




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
All kidding aside, I have been able to sort of mess up spin on filters. I have come to believe you're s'posed to oil up the gasket real good, oil up the mating surface real good, oil up he threads, then just spin it on HAND SNUG, then a quarter turn more. That's it, for me. Not really bear down on it, just hand tight.



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bcraig2N

09-09-2017 00:30:10




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Well I am 57 and have had noticed throughout the years that I Have a Knack for being able to tear up a concrete block with a rubber hammer !

Regardless I can manage to refrain from damaging the oil filter .

What are the pros and cons of the spin on conversion
IYHO ?



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ptfarmer

09-08-2017 23:49:54




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
Do the spin on conversion it will be fine. The oil filter on the 35's with the Perkins engine hangs down lower than the oil filter on the Z134. If you can damage a oil filter enough so that it looses all the oil, and the engine seizes up you shouldn't be on a tractor, or any other piece of equipment IMHO.



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Phil Tibbetts

09-09-2017 05:04:10




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to ptfarmer, 09-08-2017 23:49:54  
Agree



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bcraig2N

09-08-2017 22:44:56




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
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Thanks for the input

All I can see I will be doing is Mowing and using to put in a Garden.

I have just got the tractor and I have never changed oil on it so I don't know what to expect.

I have read that the originals were sometime difficult to keep from leaking and that the spin on filters did a better job of oil filtration .

BUT I do not know if either statements I have read are true.

I would appreciate all input I can get on this matter as i dont mind spending money to get a better system but do not wish to spend money for no good reason.

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maxwell99

09-08-2017 20:44:40




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
Oil filter location is low on the side of this motor for a spin on oil filter,
If you stay out of the woods or any fields with small trees, example rotary cutting, you should be good to go,

Why change after 50 years of good service from current oil filter set up????

My 1957 D14 AC had a spin on oil filter, but it was located high up on the side of the motor,



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bcraig2N

09-08-2017 18:19:44




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
Thanks Phil



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Phil Tibbetts

09-08-2017 18:11:12




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 Re: Spin on oil filter conversion for MF 35 with Z134 engine ? in reply to bcraig2N, 09-08-2017 17:07:57  
Buy the lowest price one you can find, as far as I can tell they are all the same quality. I've bought several with no problems with any of them.



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