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Old 08-12-2004, 09:12 PM
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Will Mineral Spirits and regular (Bell Ray) filter oil degrade my no-toil filter??? I just ran out of the no-toil stuff and my dealer is out as well….

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Old 08-12-2004, 11:09 PM
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Default Re: No-toil Filter

i dunno, but please let us know if/when it fails to work properly...so that we can all avoid making the same mistake you are about to make...hay,i`m just joking...i`m sure there are one or maybe two people smarter than myself on here occasionally-so maybe they can answer that one for you...meanwhile go ahead and do what you`re gonna do anyways and let us know if it doesn`t work proper...one things is for sure and that is using something other than what you usually use can effect airflow and jetting...it is allways best to stay consistant with the filter...i had to say something that made sense here...otherwise it may seem i was just pullin your chain
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Old 08-13-2004, 01:56 AM
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No, it won't hurt it.

See the bottom of this page ---> http://www.notoil.com/products.html

*HEAVY DUTY GLUE PROVIDES PROTECTION FROM ALL SOLVENTS
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Old 08-13-2004, 02:26 AM
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Default Re: No-toil Filter

Cloaked in your response is a good point Paul. Thanks! I live in the city and have access to other dealers. Your point (in regard to jetting) has changed my mind and I will now drive the hour to get the necessary supplies.
Otherwise your insinuation or prediction that I would go ahead with this regardless of advice from experienced members would get my back up.

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Old 08-13-2004, 02:33 AM
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Default Re: No-toil Filter

I have a Twin Air and a No-Toil filter and the both of them are starting to come apart at the crown where the glue is.

I am pretty certain I will get the Uni-Filter Pro Comp 2 as it is supposed to be specially designed for finer dust found in Australian conditions.....
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