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fordtrucks-digest Sunday, January 11 1998 Volume 02 : Number 008



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In this issue:

Re: Bypass Oil Filter Sludge - Ycch! ["Mitch Miller"

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Date: Fri, 9 Jan 1998 16:51:37 -0600
From: "Mitch Miller"
Subject: Re: Bypass Oil Filter Sludge - Ycch!

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...when I put the new filter in, I filled the canister
with new oil, to avoid those precious seconds of no oil pressure at
startup.
I still had a scary amount of zip oil pressure till it kicked up. Does
anybody bother to do this? I have lousy oil pressure anyway, needs some
new
bearings.

A * L * W * A * Y * S pre-oil the filter. I takes around a quart or so.
She will tick for about 10 seconds before the oil pressure builds - much
better than 60 seconds! And I always use a rag to wipe out the bottom of
the oil canister to get the gunk off the bottom. And even though there are
several different brands of filters, I have never been able to determine
which is the best design... (makes me chuckle when I can buy an oil
filter 3-times bigger than the Mercedes filter - at 1/3 the price!)


Mitch Miller
mmillerdryden.net
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color=3D"#000000" face=3D"Arial">...when I put the new filter in, I =
filled the canisterwith new oil, to avoid those precious seconds of =
no oil pressure at startup.I still had a scary amount of zip oil =
pressure till it kicked up.  Doesanybody bother to do this? =
 I have lousy oil pressure anyway, needs some =
newbearings.A * L * W * A * Y * S   pre-oil the =
filter.  I takes around a quart or so.  She will tick for =
about 10 seconds before the oil pressure builds - much better than 60 =
seconds!  And I always use a rag to wipe out the bottom of the oil =
canister to get the gunk off the bottom.  And even though there are =
several different brands of filters, I have never been able to determine =
which is the best design...   (makes me chuckle when I can buy =
an oil filter 3-times bigger than the Mercedes filter - at 1/3 the =
price!)     Mitch =
Millermmillerdryden.net

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