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02-14-2003 01:21:03

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Anybody out there got photo(s)/diagrams of pipes to/from oil filter. 3 connections on filter base- I know one goes to governor, one takes the pressure guage & one hooks up to the oil pump, but which goes where? Much appreciated.

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02-14-2003 18:15:01

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 Re: B oil piping in reply to Raymac, 02-14-2003 01:21:03  
the oil comes out of the rear pump, up thru the flywheel housing thru a 1/4 inch pipe. a special brass fitting screws onto this pipe and the 1/4 inch end points forward toward the fan, the 1/8 inch end points toward the center of the tractor. A small tube connects to the 1/8 inch end and is oil supply up to the cam shaft/head. The 1/4 inch fitting facing forward and a tube fitting and the tube goes forward behind the filter, turns 180 degrees and loops under the filter from the front. there is a 90 degree elbow on the bottom of the filter pointing toward the fan that the tube fitting connects to. The oil pressure gauge screws into the 1/8 inch pipe plug on the rear side of the filter housing and points toward the operators seat. The filter works by having 15% of the oil from the pump go thru the filter, then the filter dumpsit back into the crankcase. It is not filtered and routed under pressure to the motor. The bearings are all splash lubed on the inside (hollow cam shaft) from another port on the oil pump.

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