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Subject: Re: Perkins 4107 bits

Paul W. (Power-less)
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Date Posted: 10:49:30 31/03/2009 Tue
In reply to: Alan Smith 's message, "Re: Perkins 4107 bits" on 14:09:48 25/02/2009 Wed


Tried Diperk. Not all that helpful! Part is no longer stocked but they did say the filters are!! Handy with no bowl!!

Am now investigating converting the mounting to take a "spin-on" filter which is (apparently) more efficient and cheaper! If filter could be mounted vertically, changing would be much less messy!

4107 & 8 owners watch this space!

Thanks for the Post.


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