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T150 Oil Filter #701820
07/15/17 12:51 pm
07/15/17 12:51 pm
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Peter Gascoigne Offline OP
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The 1974 T150 parts manual shows the oil filter with a seal at each end of the oil filter, the same part number as the seal in the end cap, which doesn't make sense, and the spring on the inner end of the filter element. However, the 1975 T160 parts manual shows only a seal in the cap and the spring at the cap end of the filter. Which is it?


1971 BSA A65 Lightning "Bitsa"
1966 BSA A65 "Beezuki" with GT550 two-stroke engine
1974 Triumph T150 830cc
1975 Suzuki GT550
1975 Laverda 1000 3C
1986 Yamaha SRX 600
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Re: T150 Oil Filter [Re: Peter Gascoigne] #701829
07/15/17 2:05 pm
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Originally Posted by Peter Gascoigne
The 1974 T150 parts manual shows the oil filter with a seal at each end of the oil filter, the same part number as the seal in the end cap, which doesn't make sense, and the spring on the inner end of the filter element.


Yes, the drawing is wrong, so, the order is;

1. Filter element (with rubber seal attached to the inner end)
2. Spring
3. O-ring and end cap.

Re: T150 Oil Filter [Re: L.A.B.] #701856
07/15/17 7:52 pm
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Peter Gascoigne Offline OP
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Thanks,

I thought that's how it ought to be, it came out like that.


1971 BSA A65 Lightning "Bitsa"
1966 BSA A65 "Beezuki" with GT550 two-stroke engine
1974 Triumph T150 830cc
1975 Suzuki GT550
1975 Laverda 1000 3C
1986 Yamaha SRX 600


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