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SC oil filter mounting

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fredct

06-25-2006 02:57:07




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I am just about there with my 44 SC - all painted and waiting for a few more parts. I can not see where the oil filter braket mounts to. Does anyone have any photos or descriptions? I know it goes above the starter but, I don"t see any holes in the blockfor the bracket and the manuals are not any help. Thanks, Fredct




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L.Lamp

06-25-2006 08:41:51




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 Re: SC oil filter mounting in reply to fredct, 06-25-2006 02:57:07  
The early SC's mounted the oil filter to the battery box bracket on the right side. This bracket is different in that it was as high as the battery and was made pretty heavy, probably 1/8". If you don't have the bracket and want to add the filter, take a piece of steel and bend an "L" about 1 1/2" wide on the bottom and bolt it to the battery tray. The pressure side feeds from the gauge location and the return in the side of the block. If there is no return fitting there, run a line up to the oil filler cavity and drill and tap into there for the return fitting. That way you can stuff a rag below the hole you drill and catch the drilled out material. Before you pull the rag out vaccume out the area above the rag to keep the shavings from getting into your engine. I would not drill and tap into the engine block because it is too thin there, it will always leak oil, and you will get shavings in the engine.

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