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post #1 of 25 Old 03-22-2005, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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Three Filters on an N

Here are the three fuel filters on an N..



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Re: Three Filters on an N

isn't there a filter
attached to the
oil plug used to drain
the engine oil?
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isn't there a filter
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oil plug used to drain
the engine oil?
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Yes there is, but these 3 are the Fuel Filters.

Many people do not know about the elbow filter in the carb or the in tank filter above the bowl..

The pictures were compiled to help people with fuel related problems..


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wake up dave!!
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No problem Dave, thats what we are here for!!

I have tons of pictures of N parts and stuff....Post away with any questions that might come up!!

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Re: Three Filters on an N

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Why is there a square cut out of that fuel bowl filter?
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Re: Three Filters on an N

The fuel comes from the tank through the square cut hole in the screen, down into the glass bowl, and then the screen stops and dirt, ect. form going up into the fuel line to the carburetor.
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Ah!!! I see says me! Got it. Thank you! Now I think I have passed fuel filtering 101.
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Thanks for this info--Ken!!


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Thanks for this info--Ken!!
No problem Glenn....

People seem to miss at least one of those filters!!

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Re: Three Filters on an N

You just have to remember that the screen in the tank is open ended and you can still get debris into the fuel stand pipes if you have debris floating around in fuel. screen only stops the stuff in bottom of tank. My main was plugged so bad that she would only run a minute or so at a time.
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Those pixs are great. That's my next project. My fuel bowl is missing the knob, know where I can get one? Thanks.
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Those pixs are great. That's my next project. My fuel bowl is missing the knob, know where I can get one? Thanks.
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Those pixs are great. That's my next project. My fuel bowl is missing the knob, know where I can get one? Thanks.
make one with a metal slug, a small drill, and a square aor triangle file with flats smaller than the sides.. same with the drill.. use a drill OD that will fit in the 'square' hole for the knob.

metal slug.. nickle, quarter.. piece of 1/4 or 3/16 flat stock and a grind wheel.. be creative.. not but a few minuites of work.. I've made em before..

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Re: Three Filters on an N

the carb filter thats just were the line comes in at the carb right
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