I just finished 6 Transmission oil filters. As far as I understand they must be a Scandinavian invention by Mr. Jungerson.
Very nice, are they made of brass?
The one on my car is steel and has a magnet stuck to the bottom of the rear trough to catch any iron shavings or fuzz that gets thrown around with the oil.
I've made a couple myself, a lot cheaper than buying them and paying freight.
Saving on shipping is important, especially when you're overseas!
Great job Toon
I bought mine, works great - but when I also made a brake light contact fastened to the two rearmost trans inspection lid bolts I experienced a problem with the short bolts Ford used for that lid - I had to find longer bolts to avoid destroying the threads in my aluminum hogs head. No big problem, just the usual experience - when you modify or accessorize your Ford you'll often end up changing more than you originally thought.
Mark : yes they are made of brass, [or is it copper ??] and is 0,8 mm thick , or 0,031 inch.
Nice work, like too the big holes for the oil to pour on the band linings.
These strainers were made back in the Model T days, several different designs.
Got to looking again at your oil screens, and like the bowl shaped opening of the oil holes.
Over that last few years, I have been modifying these tiny diverter holes that come with the store bought oil screens.
Note the 'small' size of the oil diverter holes, which are punched in the oil screen.
So, using a step drill have been enlarging these smaller holes to bigger size. Seems to be providing better oil supply to the linings.
After seeing your holes with that 'bowl' shape will try to replicate by whacking with tool to shape that bowl too. Thanks for posting your pictures of these screens and how you make them.