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D-10 Oil Bath Air Cleaner

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Hill-Billy Rock-Star

07-16-2010 11:16:31

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I posted yesterday looking for a Oil Bath Air Cleaner for My D-10 I was directed to call wengers and I did I was told the D-10 air cleaner would not work. The one they have is for a series 1 serial # up to 3501. My tractor is a series 2 with serial # 7318. Anyone know where I can find the corect 1 at or what the diffrence is in the air cleaner's are between series 1 and series 2.

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Bob Bancroft

07-16-2010 15:41:43

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 Re: D-10 Oil Bath Air Cleaner in reply to Hill-Billy Rock-Star, 07-16-2010 11:16:31  
You may be able to find some answers studying several different models on the Agco parts website. The B-C-CA-D10-D12-D14-D15 all used the same BASIC engine(as many other applications did as well) They kept changing speeds, bore & stroke, piston design, head design, compression ratio, carburetion, etc. etc. to achieve the desired result. The diameter of the outlet pipe on the air cleaner generally matched the diameter of the inlet on the carb. Best of luck

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