As did Fiats, Renaults, and Simcas in the '60s and 70's. It was in the
crank pulley. They did not have oil filters. You pulled the cover from the
crank pulley and dug out the compressed sludge.

On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:09 PM, Jim Cathey via Mercedes <> wrote:

> Some prime power stationary diesels can have centrifugal filters as well.
> As do some small motorcycles!
> -- Jim

OK Don

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