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Twin City small Tractors. "On a WHIM"


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Old 01-05-2019, 12:33:27 AM
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Funny you mention that Russ. There are some TC/MM/IH filters that need a spring for that yes? I don't know spit about other brands. Yet. Do you have a F-20 filter number handy in your noggin?
Oop! Just thought! I'll need to address this when my son gets my (at one time) old F-20 home and gets movin' on it. My May-ur friend and I pickled a bunch of parts in a crate several years ago. Ruined a good pair of shoes from the crate leaking oil...
I don't have a clue anymore what I did in 87.
Baby Twin Cams: The next older Purolater (bigger 3 bolt mount) filter housings will accept a modified IH 22-36 filter for that use if I understand. Do I have that right?
Different IH filters and housings?
If I were desperate enough to reuse the pretty brass filter, I'd also put a hose clamp on the top of the filter to make certain it was better sealed there plus the spring to hold it down. An o-ring could get pushed inside and a gasket could get cut.
1 I wonder if some early reversing valves were getting lifted from the seat with the pressure compensating hole in the valve. I realize this parts manual drawing is an artist's rendering but but it matches real time checks and if one measures, the port on the inflow of the reversing valve in the down position is opened, to hold it in the down/reversed position. Perhaps the reversing valves with the extra port made a real slow chuck, chuck, chuck noise as it was pressure lifted, oil was blocked, it slid back down under spring pressure, it lifted again under oil pressure, oil was again blocked again and down it slid for a repeat. Much more to study there tho.
Disclaimer: Some of my notions may appear to be pure folly/lunacy but moving oil, valves and springs can be goofy animals.
2 The plugs in the filter base were a bear to get out, even with an impact driver. See the bump on the reversing valve/spring plug on the left? That one came out nice!
3 Same plugs flipped over. I tore thru the pressure compensating plug before it moved and used plumbers solder to plug the plug... The part numbers are the same yet different descriptions.
4&5 The oil inlet tube was bent and loose in the base so I turned it upside-down, smoothed it out and will put it in its place when the base is CLEAN. It had been rolled on the end for easy install on the line.
Back at it.
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Default Re: Twin City small Tractors. "On a WHIM"

Poop! Bumping my own bits. The numbers should still relate. Ugh. Too much baloney'ing with maw.
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Default Re: Twin City small Tractors. "On a WHIM"

FP25341 is one number for an F-20 filter, for the KTA I had to enlarge the upper hole in the filter.
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