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Re: Wait a second now... (more) (archive)

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Posted by Sean on January 04, 2000 at 19:04:51:

In Reply to: Wait a second now... (more) posted by MT on January 04, 2000 at 16:15:27:

If you don't over oil and you let it DRY properly, it will not hurt anything by oiling both sides. When it's dried on the cotton, it CAN'T get into the motor.

Sean

: on a cone filter, you dont oil the inside, so why would a panel filter be any different?? also, oiling the inside of the filter give the oil the chance to go directly into the engine. i'm not saying this is bad, but it cant be good. any opinions on this??

: just my 2 cents.... i have been known to make mistakes... from... time to time...
: ///MT

:
: : both...

: : Take a look at the link I have included.

: : Sean: Do you oil both sides of the "drop-in" k&n filter after cleaning, or only the outside?




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