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A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« on: 08.02. 2010 23:31 »
Has anyone fitted a remote filter to one of these machines, problem is where to put it. The frame down tube is in the way for the popular filters at around 3 1/4" diameter. Unless anyone nows of a smaller filter?
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #1 on: 09.02. 2010 02:10 »
Oil filter or Air ?.
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #2 on: 09.02. 2010 11:05 »
G'day Stu,
              I assume you mean oil filter. I made a bracket that hangs under the battery so the filter sits to the rear of the primary cover in front of the chain guard. The filter is black so not too many people notice.
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #3 on: 09.02. 2010 19:37 »
Sorry I meant oil filter. Under battery looks ok. Is this a Norton Commando set up? I was wondering if it would fit in between the oil tank and the battery?
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #4 on: 09.02. 2010 20:09 »
G'day Stu,
              It's one of those they sell on fleabay, takes a notrun or ryco Z93 filter. I couldn't find anywhere else that was accessible. I do two oil changes to one filter, works well.
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #5 on: 09.02. 2010 21:14 »
Hydraulic guys with pipe bender etc etc can make these.



I claim no skill on this front, one of the members on this site, who lives locally made this for me, bless his little cotton socks.
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #6 on: 10.02. 2010 09:06 »
Sorry Josh, I forgot about yours, looks the goods. Like the OTHER photo.
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Re: A10 Plunger Remote Filter
« Reply #7 on: 10.02. 2010 09:27 »
Leaves you wondering if that picture was Orabanda dinking ?.
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