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Date Posted: - Friday - 08/13/10 - 12:14pm
Author: Greg
Subject: engine
In reply to: Doug Wilson 's message, "Oil filter" on - Friday - 08/13/10 - 12:08pm

perkins 4-107

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[> [> [> 4-107 oil filter -- Bill Miller M 31 #73, - Wednesday - 09/ 1/10 - 1:51pm

I use a Fram CH108BPL.

Good luck with changing your filter as it takes two of us,
one aft and one fore of the engine, to compress the canister spring and tighten it up. Maybe you have longer


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