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Old 05-03-2003, 10:17 PM
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B/S oil filter

I had this in the mechinac/repair forum but did'nt get any where with it. What do ya think??




My brother in law has a newer, b/s 20 hp OHV I/C, it does not have a filter on it, but looks like there is a place you could unscrew a cap to where a filter might go. Can I unscrew it an just put on a filter, also located by it looks to be a sending unit probably low oil. what do u think do it or not??
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Old 05-03-2003, 11:34 PM
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what do you mean by the cap? I know on one of my 52" a smaller filter can be placed on it instead of the larger one. Same costs, just takes up less space.
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Old 05-04-2003, 08:53 AM
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I should have taken a pic of it, but it looks like if you just had about 1/2" of a filter screwed on to where it looks like a filter would go. this cap is not a filter what so ever, looks like the end a filter screwed on, you can see a gasket between the cap and the motor block, hope this helps. hard to explain
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