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needing part for VAC

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Farmallb

09-26-2020 09:27:05




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Anyone have the cover for the oil filter for a 51 VAC to sell?




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rfdmn

09-27-2020 07:35:14




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Farmallb, 09-26-2020 09:27:05  
I also have a vac without a filter. I wonder if may be a combine engine installed in the tractor?



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Joe (Wa)

09-26-2020 21:03:59




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Farmallb, 09-26-2020 09:27:05  
no cover on the VA series tractor oil filter like this VAI.

Go to the link there are dozens of early 1950's VAC pics, no cover on any oil filter.

Joe

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J Hamilton

09-27-2020 05:49:32




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Joe (Wa), 09-26-2020 21:03:59  
Do you know if an oil filter was an option on these tractors? We have a 49 VAC that doesn't have an oil filter, just a block off plate where it would mount to the block.



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Case Nutty 1660

09-27-2020 10:43:45




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to J Hamilton, 09-27-2020 05:49:32  
Oil filter was a option, at least early on,, if you do install a plate you have to make the gasket so it allows oil to flow from one port across the plate to the other cnt



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Joe (Wa)

09-27-2020 12:58:21




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 09-27-2020 10:43:45  
Tom, you are thinking of the in-line filter systems, VA has a by-pass filter system from the oil galley through filter and back to the sump.

Joe



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c.amick

09-26-2020 18:30:49




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Farmallb, 09-26-2020 09:27:05  
Never seen a cover for one. The spin on oil filter was always exposed.



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Farmallb

09-26-2020 20:19:23




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to c.amick, 09-26-2020 18:30:49  
Well, I just assumed it had one,which It didnt when I got it. I can see where a spin on filter could be right also. But, I dont know.



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kenbob

09-29-2020 10:56:55




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Farmallb, 09-26-2020 20:19:23  
If you decide you have a spin on, there should be a tube sticking up from a hole in the filter base. It goes missing quite often as newbies (like me) unscrew the filter and don't see that tube stuck in the bottom. You can fabricated one easy enough out of copper tubing. If you put on a spin on without it, you won't have much oil pressure.



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kenbob

09-29-2020 10:58:42




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to kenbob, 09-29-2020 10:56:55  
Sometimes called mason jar filter as the threads look a bit like a mason jar.



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old

09-26-2020 13:31:50




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 Re: needing part for VAC in reply to Farmallb, 09-26-2020 09:27:05  
I have 2 1946 VAC parts tractors so I may have one laying around. E-Mail is open



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