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Yes it is. From a spare canister/base set I have loose on the work bench. Comes in handy for locating pipe plugs, checking thread sizes etc.builder77 said:Bjorn is the threaded rod you are measuring the hollow hold down bolt? From the diagram it looks like the hold down bolt threads into part 11 which looks to adapt it to the casting....
houdel said:The NAPA and Baldwin spin on adapters are made for a Detroit Diesel, have a 1-1/2" thread and will not fit the multifuel oil filter base without a considerable amount of machining, if they would work at all.
SOME Oliver-White tractors used the LDT465 engine with spin on filters. I suspect installing a set of Oliver-White spin on filter adapters on a Deuce multifuel would be a no brainer, except I can't locate a set of the Oliver-White adapters. The best I could do was find a tractor junkyard someplace, but he would not sell me just the adapters, he wanted to sell me the whole oil filter base assembly for $250, which is a little rich for my budget.
Anyone know a sharp Hercules or Oliver White parts distributor who can come up with just the filter adapters?
I think Ethan was asking not about the thread size of the oil cannister bolt itself (which is 1"x14 TPI), but the thread size of the adapter nut which actually screws into the oil filter housing base (part #11 in the picture).builder77 said:Does anyone know what the thread is for part number 11 in the above diagram? The thread for the adapter to the oil mount casting.
Your filter adapters are too easy. You need to add some kind of quirk in them to make it interesting.Kenny, I have hundreds of sets of these filters out there now and there aren't any problems with changing them, maybe some members will get in and tell you how much mess it is when you change my oil filters on the jatonka adaptors. The anti drain back filters are not as bad as you think. I set a #10 can next to them, spin off and set in the can. Done deal. 2 tablespoons or so of oil escapes the can. JT out
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