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Discussion in 'Ebay / Craigslist / Other Discoveries' started by rixter, Oct 28, 2019.

  1. rixter

    rixter Platinum Level Sponsor

  2. DanR

    DanR Diamond Level Sponsor

    Man-O-Man That Hoss has been ridden hard and put up wet for sure!

    I bet it is just about eat'en up with the metal worms underneath the paint.
  3. Warren

    Warren Silver Level Sponsor

    I always wonder why anyone would hang a oil filter upside down. Nearly a guarantee of a dry no oil pressure start after a day or so. Better filters have less leak down but what are they thinking.
  4. Jimjordan2

    Jimjordan2 Gold Level Sponsor

    Hmmm, interesting, Dual Radios? One AM, One FM?
  5. DanR

    DanR Diamond Level Sponsor

    Warren, It could be said that the Alpine has it, No?

    And they may have been thinking "lack of space".
  6. puff4

    puff4 Gold Level Sponsor

    That's why most filters have an anti-drainback valve.
  7. Warren

    Warren Silver Level Sponsor

    It's not a valve, it's a flapping piece of some type of rubber.
    I recall one day the service tech at a car dealership , possibly used to scaring old people and clueless clients told me...
    " I see that you have not come in for one oil change and used factory authorized filters that have drain back protection."
    I laughed and said since the car would have to be on its roof for that to happen ! Plus these filters exceed OEM spec's but thanks....

    Stock Tigers have a really aggravating contraption of lines and hoses. The pictured one is a home brew close to the original location. A nice filter remote worth some dough to the purist.

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