Oil Filter Housing


IHC in the early to mid-fifties.

Yard Art
Yard Art

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Post Mon Apr 29, 2019 11:06 pm

Re: Oil Filter Housing

I just ran across a printout about oil filters from long ago.
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56 S-120 4x4 started the whole mess.
S-132 dually longbed,
S-120 4x4 Travelall,
S144 Forestry truck,
S160 Holmes tow

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Post Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:36 pm

Re: Oil Filter Housing

Here are some more pictures of the sump assembly. It has PurOlator cast in the base. Looking at an MT-209 original parts manual for L110-122 shows the "Deluxe" housing code 1250 and also a "Kralinator" oil filter housing code C1256. It is similar to mine however it has a permanent center shaft and a wing nut vs a bolt that threads into the sump. The filter itself looks very similar. My guess is that the PurOlator succeeded the Kralinator but I have no Canadian parts manual for the R-series to confirm that.

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I took a chance with a NAPA 1006 (WIX 51006) filter and it paid off. The gasket fits perfectly and so does the filter.

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