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    1962 Hawk 289 oil filter installation

    Where can I find a diagram for installation of 1962 Hawk oil filter that rests on top of engine near oil filler tube. Thanks, Chet

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    If you have the '61 & '62 Aluminum Oil Filler Tube, the Base and Mounting Bracket, just Bolt it on the Filler Pipe on the Driver's side.

    Then measure from the Base to the Left Cyl. Head Oil pressure source (it goes in the OUTBOARD Hole in the Base) and from the Base Center Hole to the Hole in the Filler tube for Oil return, and get Hoses and Fittings to fit.
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    1551993 flexible oil hose, used both in and out on ‘61 - ‘62 partial flow filter system, are available from Studebaker International. These hoses are approximately 8” long.

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    Make sure to install the restriction orifice in the pressure side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadioRoy View Post
    Make sure to install the restriction orifice in the pressure side.
    The restriction fitting is built into the base on the screw on filter adapters (the ones that use the PB-50)
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    Does that mean the input hose is under full pressure all the time? Maybe a NOS hose is not a good idea.
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    Maybe not full oil pressure, as there is some restriction from the restriction orifice and filter media, but the outlet from the filter does go directly back to the oil pan so there is a bit of pressure loss to the lube system. Bud

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