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Re: aftermarket spin on oil filter

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36 coupe

05-10-2013 02:14:17

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Now we have to find which drops didnt get through the filter.Quart a minute aint bad.Same system was used on Ford cars and trucks 1940 to 1953,must have worked.Now where are the 20% turkeys hiding?I have had a JD H running for a long time with the gas line disconnected.Not just on the gas in the bowl.Had to pull the ignition wires to stop it.

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05-10-2013 04:00:21

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 Re: aftermarket spin on oil filter in reply to 36 coupe, 05-10-2013 02:14:17  
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It "works" just not very well. The N-series oil pump produces several GALLONS per minute so we are back to that 20% or less number. Typical flow rate on a full flow filter is 10 gallons per minute.

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36 coupe

05-11-2013 04:49:48

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 Re: aftermarket spin on oil filter in reply to TheOldHokie, 05-10-2013 04:00:21  
You dont have to filter oil that fast.Ford cars and trucks didnt get oil filters until 1940.They were an option.The Model A ran with no pressure on the rods, just had dippers that scooped oil from a tray in the oil pan.Primitive but it worked.My 6 volt tractor starts fine, why should I spend money on 12 volt conversion?

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