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TO35 oil filter conversion kit

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03-10-2006 13:55:15

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I have a 1955 TO35 with the gas engine. I understand there is a kit you can get to convert from a canister oil filter to a spin on oil filter. I went to the local Massey dealer, but he was no help. Does anyone know where I can get the kit? If anyone has used it - would you recommend it? I find the canister oil filter difficult to use, but maybe it's me.


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03-11-2006 07:18:12

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Andrea, 03-10-2006 13:55:15  
Here's a list of filters that fit.
Just copy it into your address box.

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Joe Ferguson

03-10-2006 18:10:18

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Andrea, 03-10-2006 13:55:15  
Hi Andrea

I installed a spin on filter adapter on my MF-135 (Z-145)and my MF-50 (Z-134) because each time I went to change the $#@!?&*@ filter cartridge I had to slack the screw push the rubber gasket or twist the canister and retight many times before success with no leak. Last time I opened a cartridge box the rubber seal that goes under the head of the screw was missing in the box and mine was leaking badly I returned the box at the deales and ordered 2 spin on kits.

I'm happy with our local MF dealer there are two kind persons who have many years of experience and they try all they can to help even for parts for old farm machinery. If one of these days I buy a new tractor I will go to this place which I will
have good service.

Just my 2 cents

Joe Ferguson

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Joe Ferguson

03-10-2006 19:39:55

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Joe Ferguson, 03-10-2006 18:10:18  
Oohh my previous post I stated that I ordered
2 spin-on kits. As Big Dean stated there is no kit
the dealer had the part numbers and ordered the
required parts for me.

The filter changes are real fun and simple now
no more fights with the canister the gasket and

Joe Ferguson

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Big Dean

03-10-2006 14:21:19

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Andrea, 03-10-2006 13:55:15  
Massey Ferguson does not have a kit for that but a dealer can order the parts you need to switch to a spin-on filter. These are Massey Ferguson part numbers Continental Z134, Z145 & G178 Spin on filter parts 1051113m1 adapter
1051114m1 stud (plate)
1051115m1 gasket (o ring)
1069954m91 filter

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Rick in NB

03-11-2006 22:21:41

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Big Dean, 03-10-2006 14:21:19  
Hi Big Dean,

Do you know if there is a spin-on-filter adapter for the Perkins diesel A3-152 that would be in an FE35?

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03-10-2006 14:00:40

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Andrea, 03-10-2006 13:55:15  
Go to the parts folks to the left of this page. I believe they have a kit for about $30 dollars that will do what you want. Your MF dealer must have a know nothing at his parts counter. You should have been able to find what you needed there. And these parts guys wonder why they loose so much business to the web!

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03-10-2006 15:30:23

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Jerry/MT, 03-10-2006 14:00:40  
Thanks for the quick replies! I will order from the web. The dealer told me he could get one for a T135, but not for a TO35. I tried to get a replacement gasket and screen for the fuel filter bowl from them a couple of years ago and they were useless then too. I guess I should have come to this website sooner. I really enjoy my old tractor - it's got character.

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03-10-2006 15:23:14

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Jerry/MT, 03-10-2006 14:00:40  
Jerry, the parts man may not be ignorant. He may be like the one in my town. He's an oldster and when we finally figured out I had a Standard gas engine (FE35) from England he griped about how it was a piece of junk bootlegged to the US. It's beneath his dignity to even look up an oil filter. CarQuest and NAPA don't have any qualms about it. They're not ashamed to take my money. Now I'm through whining. Regards, Cosmo

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03-10-2006 16:51:05

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 Re: TO35 oil filter conversion kit in reply to Cosmo, 03-10-2006 15:23:14  
You know the way I look at it, if I was in the parts business, the more parts I could sell the better off I'd be. Rather than to see these tractors as an oportunity to sell parts, this guys gonna' run 'em down and complain about them. Go figure. I went to a local dealer and ordered a simple part and the gal at the desk said it would be in in a couple of days and they would call me when it came in. A week later, I hadn't heard a thing so I called and she said she didn't know what I was talking about. I just wrote 'em off and order my stuff off the web. It's just as cheap (or expensive depending at how you look at it)and I recieve excellent service. That's the end of my whinning.

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