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Removing engine sleeve for spin on oil filter

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04-15-2003 19:31:47

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Having extremely hard time trying to remove the engine sleeve at oil filter base so that I can install spin on oil filter conversion in my Jubilee. The hex nut is very shallow which doesn't help using a socket. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for any replies. R Toole

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04-16-2003 06:11:04

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 Re: Removing engine sleeve for spin on oil filter in reply to Randy, 04-15-2003 19:31:47  
If you a talking about part #6890 that the bolt that hold the old filter cover on screws into, take correct socket to bench grinder and grind the beveled lip off end of socket that keeps the lands from going all the way down over the nut. I changed mind last summer and donít remember what I did, but that is what I would have done......Let me know if this helps..............E. Ray

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04-17-2003 19:04:33

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 Re: Re: Removing engine sleeve for spin on oil filter in reply to E. Ray, 04-16-2003 06:11:04  
E.Ray thanks for your reply. I could not get the sleeve out of the oil filter receiver on the engine block so I got all new gaskets and oil filter insert and re installed the cannister filter. No leaks and good oil pressure.

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