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NAA Air Filter
|Eric Lundgren|| Has anyone ever converted the oil bath air filter on a Ford NAA or 8N to a replaceable paper filter element??? Or, does anyone make a air filter for a Ford NAA that is not the oil bath type??? I am looking for better air filtration under dusty conditions...
|Shaun Wallace||WHAT! The oilbath is the best air filtration there is. Its messy , change daily if that dusty conditions.
You're gonna get the same answer everywhere. You ALREADY have the best 'dusty conditions' filtration system IN place.
USE it and service it as your manual advises and 'N'joy many years of useful life on your engine. Ignore/abuse, bypass, or replace/substitute it at the engine's peril.
Yes, we all know it's a pain to service, and if there WAS a better way, we'd ALL have changed over to it long ago. Ask yourself why so many of these old tractors (with busy owners)STILL have the originals in place and your questions will be answered for good.
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