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RDC51

07-01-2014 10:26:46




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Just pulled the cup off the oil bath air cleaner to clean it .I know there are two bowels but what is the big flat rubber piece with the hole in the middle for and exactly where does it go?




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Case Nutty 1660

07-01-2014 11:28:06




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 Re: case 530 air cleaner in reply to RDC51, 07-01-2014 10:26:46  
sounds like you are describing the hood to air cleaner tube seal, right under the precleaner bowl
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RDC51

07-01-2014 11:35:21




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 Re: case 530 air cleaner in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-01-2014 11:28:06  
This piece is about 5" in diameter with a 1.75 round hole in the middle.Must have been inside the bowel somewhere.



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Case Nutty 1660

07-01-2014 11:45:30




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 Re: case 530 air cleaner in reply to RDC51, 07-01-2014 11:35:21  
I can take a pic of mine but it goes on top of the hood around the precleaner bowl intake pipe



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RDC51

07-01-2014 11:52:53




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 Re: case 530 air cleaner in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-01-2014 11:45:30  
This was inside the bowel on the bottom of the oil bath air cleaner .I took the bowel off to change the oil in it and when I came to put the bowel back on I se this stuck to the bottom of the pipe in the air cleaner.Looks like the bowel had it pushed up tight to the bottom of the pipe.



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