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F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly

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06-29-2020 07:11:47

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Does anyone know an F 20 sediment bowl is the same as an H or M?
Mine is so plugged up it wont drain at all. Im going to take it off the tank and try to clean out tank then reinstall a new sediment bowl....Id like to find one with an extended intake (longer), to stick up higher in tank.

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07-02-2020 06:02:13

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
F20 fuel strainer is 1/4 inch pipe. H and M are 3/8 inch pipe.

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06-30-2020 04:39:16

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
I bought a replacement sediment bowl assembly, the WHOLE thing from my C/IH dealer, saw the "Made in China" sticker when I got home, took it back, replacement said "Made in China" too,so damned mad I let it sit on the bench for two years. Gas fumes from the sediment bowl dripping was so bad I half expected to blow the roof off the shop when I flipped the light switch, so I drained the tank last winter and installed it. No more drip! I never could get the old valve apart to repair it like Farmall Gray showed in RPM a year ago.

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06-30-2020 04:38:40

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
Your old one after proper cleaning may be better than a new one

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06-29-2020 10:42:46

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
Take the F-20 sediment bowl off and clean it. Then clean your tank. Yours is a common problem when you first use gasohol. It will dissolve anything that is in your fuel tank and lines.

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06-29-2020 10:15:33

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
A 3/8 inch tall chunk of appropriately sized copper tubing attached (crimped) unto the top of the inlet tube of the sentiment bulb before it's re-installed will solve the problem.

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06-29-2020 12:26:39

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Jal-sd, 06-29-2020 10:15:33  
Thanks. I just ordered a Fuel Tank Screen from Steiner......
Goes on top of sediment bowl insert inside fuel tank. It should work.

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06-29-2020 07:37:32

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 Re: F 20 Sediment Bowl Assembly in reply to Cmore, 06-29-2020 07:11:47  
3/8 pipe thread on both. However,if your tractor is set up for dual fuel,you need a special one. If you are just running straight gasoline,an M/H will work. However the line threads will be different. If you want it'factory correct',the answer is no. If you justwant it to work,and don't mind some line modification,yes it will do just fine.An extended intake with a fine screen is available from Stieners for about 8 bucks. The sediment bowl assy is also available from them.

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