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Old 22-12-18, 03:13
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Default M151A2 furnace filters

When I look at furnace filter CFTO add-ons for my western '74 Pattern, which of the fol is the correct one?

Large spaces in the expanded metal or small spaces?
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74-????? M151A2 plated and on the road
70-08876 M38A1 ready for the road
53-71233 M100CDN trailer manufactured by MCI ready for the road

Wow! All three green beasties run!
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Old 22-12-18, 04:43
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The one on the right. The larger one would not stop branches that could damage the alternator.



If you really need, I could dig out the CFTO which specifies the size of expanded metal.
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Old 22-12-18, 14:11
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Default M151A2 Brush Guards

Here are a couple of photographs showing the guard in use.

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Old 22-12-18, 15:38
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Very loose interpretations for installation too! Spaces horizontal and spaces vertical. Bar stock inwards and bar stock outside.

74-09745 is only 20 off from what I intend to mark mine as. CFR 09725 was a favourite ride back in my time....
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74-????? M151A2 plated and on the road
70-08876 M38A1 ready for the road
53-71233 M100CDN trailer manufactured by MCI ready for the road

Wow! All three green beasties run!
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Old 27-12-18, 01:41
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There both right Take ur pick
I have seen 3 different types at the scrap yards
Some nicely made some not so
My view is they look cheap on a mutt tho
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Old 27-12-18, 03:25
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Personally, I don't think these grills look that bad, and they were certainly better than having to change radiators every time the operators decided to push a little bush. There was another modification for a full metal guard that mounted on the front bumper. Now that was ugleeee.
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