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My first oil change on a new to me cct. I assume the pic is of some sort of reusable filter but I am not familiar with them in any way. Can anyone identify this filter and how to remove it. I prefer Wix.

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Its a K&P, my advice keep it, much much better than a Wix filter these are designed very well and super efficient and easy to clean. I have a PC racing one and i love it.
 

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Standard red wagon, perhaps 1960's or 70's, most likely NOT a Radio Flyer.

What was the question?
 

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When changing oil.... Remove filter and there is a spring loaded cartridge inside. Push and turn either way and remove for cleaning. Use brake cleaner then rinse and dry.

When re-installing.... make sure the spring goes in 1st then cartridge and twist to lock. The O-ring is reversible if you need to reverse it and use a dab of clean oil on the o ring prior to twisting it back on. Not to tight just snug then a1/4 turn like most filters.

This K&P filter will last the life of your bike. It filters better than throw away filters and flows up to 7 times faster as well. thumb up
 

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Standard red wagon, perhaps 1960's or 70's, most likely NOT a Radio Flyer.

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Ha, good eyes. That's an early 80's wooden. If I had the sides up you would have recognized it.

Yep, that was a K&P filter. Cleaned it up and re-installed. The Wix is going back to the store.

Thanks for everyone's help!

Pete
 
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