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Ellis Kinney

11-21-2020 07:07:36




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Has anyone on this website invented a good funnel for putting oil in a Farmall M or H? Changed oil in three M's yesterday with the funnel tied to keep it from falling out. Ellis




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kevinj54

11-22-2020 11:34:40




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
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I use those or oil bottle like Sad shows.



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caterpillar guy

11-22-2020 11:32:14




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
On thwe poke here link if you go to the bottom right I like the black one with the thumb lever to let oil out and stop flow with. Can get the spout where you want it then let the flow go.



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Pete 23

11-22-2020 06:47:15




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
Piece of card board.



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SadFarmall

11-21-2020 21:22:06




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
I use a one quart bottle with its own funnel. Works very well for Farmall M and Farmall H. Farmall M with AH-84 Angle and Tilting Blade makes it an awful job without a pump out of a drum.

SadFarmall

First photograph shows bottle - One Imperial Quart



Second photograph of my Farmall M, showing frame in front of oil filler.

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FastFarmall

11-21-2020 20:59:25




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
I put the funnel over top the bolt, the cover stud bolt, and that hold the the funnel in place, and seldom spill unless i pour to fast!!



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larbear

11-21-2020 16:07:43




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
Take a litre or quart container and cut it in half and use the top half as a funnel.



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Mark Robke

11-21-2020 15:58:37




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
My Dad always used a 2qt container that had a flexible metal pour tube. We had a 300u and 340u that it was perfect for. He just laid a rag over the top of the container when it sat on the shelf. Mark.



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glennster

11-21-2020 15:13:55




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
i use the galvanized oil fillers with spout. i have a one and two quart , the work good on the m and h. here is a link to what they look like

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DR. EVIL

11-21-2020 13:38:05




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
I still have one of those good oil can piercing pouring spouts, has the rubber seal to contain the oil in the spout where it enters the can.

Now, where do I find round steel top&bottom quart cans? Years ago Dad used to buy cases of quart cans, cases of 4 quart cans and cases of 5 quart cans, He used two 4 quart cans in the M's & SM's, a 5 quart can and a quart in H's.

I have to change the oil & filter in the Super H before it snows. I'll release the right side hood latches, prop the hood up a bit, and even with the loader on I can pour oil from the gallon Rotella jugs in the oil fill without spilling a drop.

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Kansas4010

11-21-2020 16:17:27




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 Re: funnel in reply to DR. EVIL, 11-21-2020 13:38:05  
I have a couple cases of them sitting in the barn that belonged to my dad. If I remember they are Skelly brand. Still full of oil.



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Ellis Kinney

11-21-2020 11:57:02




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
I always start out with a gallon container and when I can't pour any more with that I pour the rest into a quart can. I'm going to invent something!!! Keep your eyes open, I'll be selling the patent. Ellis



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David G

11-21-2020 08:59:33




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
They are PIA, I just use a small container and pour real slow.



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rustred

11-21-2020 07:44:57




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
i pour into a 1 gallon jug first and it works ok. also have a one gallon plastic shell container with the built in spout i also use.



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DeltaSteve

11-21-2020 07:13:39




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 Re: funnel in reply to Ellis Kinney, 11-21-2020 07:07:36  
I too have found a funnel on those is an exercise in futility.I just carefully use a one gallon oil jug and pour it in.If I'm careful and take my time and not try to hurry,I dont spill a drop.



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