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luke bye i have a problem with the oil filter leaking oil on the ground. can anybody tell me why it is not sealing?
kevin the super 55 owner Luke, You didn't give a lot of info, but to start, if it is the old style filter, you should convert to a spin-on type. Agco or Napa will have a kit for about $20. If you already have a spin on, the problem is probably a plugged pressure bypass valve. When oil pressure exceeds a certain amount, the bypass valve opens and lets the dirty oil right back into the block. Its the dirty little secret of oil filteration. Hope this helps!
Larry Elliott I've got an Oliver 440 and I'm starting to try and restore it. I've been looking around the tractor and can't find the oil filter.
Is there an oil filter on this tractor??, if so where is it located.



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