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The stuff you find in the shed 20 Oct 2020 15:08 #215587

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As people may know I pulled the ads for my XP Ute until people could move around as all it was attracting was keyboard warriors. have been sorting out the shed so I can fit my new dodge into it (It's longer than the XP and with the NDIS fitting an electric roller door to replace some worn sliding doors I need the length)

Anyway during the cleanup I came across some old Fram Filters that I had been given as fitting the XP . They are Part Number PH999. I went to the Fram Filters website and couldn't locate them so I emailed them. It turns out they have no record of them but acknowledge they made them and would like them for their Museum. I have emailed them back to see if they will cover postage and packing and hinted I would like to take Helen out for coffee and cake. I will keep you informed with what happens.

What other strange things have people found while cleaning up?


Having lived through a pandemic I now understand all the painting of fat people on couches!
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The stuff you find in the shed 20 Oct 2020 17:29 #215588

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That's good they want to keep their history alive


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The stuff you find in the shed 20 Oct 2020 19:53 #215592

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I can't quite make out the year on that date.
The oil filter currently on the ASW was genuine NOS and dated 1975. They are dear as poison.

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The stuff you find in the shed 20 Oct 2020 19:59 #215594

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Hi,

I have a box or two of old filters and I think there are some Fram filters in them. I also have a remote Fram filter housing with the dunny roll filter in it but I can't get it open to replace it so I just restored the engine around it. :(

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The stuff you find in the shed 20 Oct 2020 21:01 #215598

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That dunny roll filter would have been handy earlier this year with the shortage of same.
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The stuff you find in the shed 21 Oct 2020 17:03 #215610

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asw120 wrote: I can't quite make out the year on that date.
The oil filter currently on the ASW was genuine NOS and dated 1975. They are dear as poison.

Jarrod.

the date is 5th July 19?8. The ? is probably a 5 but may be a 6. it definitely isn't an 8
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The stuff you find in the shed 21 Oct 2020 17:30 #215615

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I'll take a gander through some of my old filter cross reference books on the weekend and see if anything shows up ;)
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