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05-25-2016 06:39:01




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I have a 1959 971 D, so it has the early rectangular air cleaner. I have noticed from looking at for sale ads that these tend to rust out. I open mine and check it frequently and usually find some water in it, which would explain why they rust out. I finally got to thinking that maybe there is supposed to be a gasket there. So I checked on Messick's site and sure enough there is. So if you have one of these, be sure that you have the gasket. I have one on the way now.

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05-25-2016 18:47:55




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 Re: Diesel Air Cleaner in reply to showcrop, 05-25-2016 06:39:01  
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Mine has that depression. I'll have to do a little experiment on it to see if it leaks. A plastic washer would probably seal it.

Colin, NH



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Colin King

05-27-2016 18:37:11




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 Re: Diesel Air Cleaner in reply to showcrop, 05-25-2016 18:47:55  
That's a good idea. I hadn't thought about the washer.

Colin



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Colin King

05-25-2016 11:15:05




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 Re: Diesel Air Cleaner in reply to showcrop, 05-25-2016 06:39:01  
Making sure that the gasket is there is great advice! I actually think the primary culprit is the precleaner. If you look on the top (at least on mine), the center of the precleaner cover is concave, which would allow water to run down the air intake into the pan. Since mine sits outside 9 months out of the year, I've taken to putting a coffee can over the top.

Colin, MN



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