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richardofaccrington

Lister TS2 Air Filter query

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Can anyone help me source a decent replacement air filter for my Lister TS2, which has a round flat air cleaner box a bit like a frying pan in shape. the old filter element is a strip of black foam between two metal mesh rings. size is 75mm high or 3 inch, 160mm outside diameter (6 .1/4 inch), and 110mm inside diameter (4.1/4 inch).

Suggestions please.

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We probably have them in stock

Give Sue a ring on 01926 56200

Richard

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5 minutes ago, richardofaccrington said:

Can anyone help me source a decent replacement air filter for my Lister TS2, which has a round flat air cleaner box a bit like a frying pan in shape. the old filter element is a strip of black foam between two metal mesh rings. size is 75mm high or 3 inch, 160mm outside diameter (6 .1/4 inch), and 110mm inside diameter (4.1/4 inch).

Suggestions please.

RLWP a member of this forum is yer man. Send him a pm and he will sort you out. ( In a nice way that is )

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Just now, mrsmelly said:

RLWP a member of this forum is yer man. Send him a pm and he will sort you out. ( In a nice way that is )

Well, his wife will anyway

Richard

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1 minute ago, RLWP said:

We probably have them in stock

Give Sue a ring on 01926 56200

Richard

Blimey we cross posted have you missed a number off the telfone number?

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Just now, mrsmelly said:

Blimey we cross posted have you missed a number off the telfone number?

Damn! 01926 356200

Thanks Tim

Richard

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Thanks very much for the rapid response. Am I allowed to extend the enquiry by asking about an exhaust flange and gasket for the same Lister TS2. the attached photo shows the exhaust flange coming off the manifold, facing sternwards. The silencer assembly has 1.1/2" flexible pipe with   two bolt flange attached with U bolts. (see second photo attached) any sources for these items would be most appreciated.

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That should be a standard part, do you want us to do a stock check?

Richard

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366-01287, we have four in stock

Richard

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Sorry for my confusion, but is this part you are quoting

1. the air filter

2. the exhaust gasket or

3. the stub pipe with mating flange (RHS of second pic)

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The gasket.

The gasket is 366-01287

The filter is probably 366-07188. What you describe doesn't sound like an oil bath or one of the big, cyclonic filters

I'm not sure what you need for the rest of the exhaust. It looks like a pretty standard outlet with the pipe stuffed up a bit of flexible tube and jubilee clipped in place

Richard

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