file-2.jpgoil flow diagram
1700274256.jpgnote: sump is below filter
I think it is more about convenience than anything else. One poster here was complaining about difficultly in changing the OEM filter and that the threaded cover always leaked. He bought the adapter so there was no sense in commenting about his problems. I believe a simple o-ring replacement on the threaded cover would have solved the leak problem.mtnepracue wrote:I do not understand: confuse not the filter itself - but its location?
in extreme cases it may suffer from the impact of the tree stump - and its function is doing perfectly and oil does not affect
VERY HAPPY WITH MINE- BEST ACCESORY I BOUGHT @ $70. Delivered. American filters have a rubber one way flap valve - SO THEY DONT BACK UP.stevesdniper wrote:Why should I not ask a simple question??....will it siphon or wont it???...it will as the oil inlet is below the filter cavity...therefore it will siphon and as far as I can see, a fact, that will lead to a process similar to oil Hydrolisation, which will destroy bearings...