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    Solved how old is this oil filter?

    how old is this oil filter?
    thanks for the replies.
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    Re: how old is this oil filter?

    No more than about 50 years and probably less than 10

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    Re: how old is this oil filter?

    Quote Originally Posted by kracer55
    No more than about 50 years and probably less than 10
    Yes, I think this is a correct date.
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    Re: Solved how old is this oil filter?

    it has the holes around the main thread hole....so i'd say no more than current to 15 yrs old

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    Re: Solved how old is this oil filter?

    What they said ! ^ ^ ^

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    Re: Solved how old is this oil filter?

    I'd go so far as to venture a guess that it fits a Massey Ferguson.
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