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Deere Gator in-tank fuel filter.

That's what 45 kanaki stan kopeck's, where the deer john filter sock, looks like, and by the time you send the duke out for a six pack of liquid lunch you're into a hundred bucks. This is the old one i didn't know if it was fuckered or not, it didn't look too bad and some guys get after me, but yeah, it's too bad. So if you got a gator with a stuttering problem, pardon my tongue, tangulation uh, might be the sock in the f. Also doing some research on those things.

Apparently, the worst part of them is the clutch getting sticky as some fellas. What sell you a special lube, a lube, i'm here, to tell you no good at all, because that clutch, apparently out of sleds they're, used all kinds of places in skadoos, stow machines, they're built for the cold, so there's actually a rip it out and machine process To uh get you so it'll go in here or you start a gear, but yeah there you go. That's what a filter looks like from 15 cents worth of dirty fuel, incredible, hey! The whole thing is an amalgam of 45 cent worth of parts yeah. I mean 45 dollars where the plastic parts turtles all the way down.

By AvvE

12 thoughts on “#sharts | dirty vs. clean fuel sock”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars 20Lush says:

    You must've gotten a counterfeit deere john filter, the real one comes with free compulsory bluetooth integration and a sniper to take you out when you try to do maintenance on it yourself

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Oldbmwr100rs says:

    I work on Polaris vehicles, and they use the same crap "filter" for their EFI system. I'm used to real motorcycles that come with actual replaceable filters, using these little sock things as the pump inlet filter only. We also have a good deal of pump assembly failures, and you can't get parts, it's the entire $300 to $400 assembly of chinesium. Gotta love those profit margins.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars knurlgnar24 says:

    I had a 1991 Buick Lesabre that just ran and ran and ran. It always needed more than 1/3 tank or it would start acting like it was running out of fuel – ran great otherwise. Eventually the fuel lines rusted and needed replacing and when I dropped the tank I saw a sock so full of varnish I wasn't sure how any fuel could go through it. New sock, and now it ran perfectly down to an empty tank.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars TBD Creations says:

    They don’t turn a profit on the initial sale of their equipment, so they have to make their money on parts and service. The automotive industry does the same thing.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joshua Harlow says:

    Oh boy you got em, DE is down -0.63%… oh wait they don't give a hoot, got money to be made…. who is Tamara Erwin?

    Reliable products or profits to be reliable?
    Don't make em like they use'd ta…
    nope… an't no money in that. (flick cigarette, walk away)

    Why do we all act like this is so complicated?

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars daft nord says:

    I heard a fishing story from a young guy who is a John Deere engineer, he said the toughest part of their job is engineering parts so that they fail just enough to need to be replaced. This is not a joke, i repeat, not a joke

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Patrik Einarsson says:

    We have the Volvo BM and Valmet tractors still going strong here in Scandinavia. Parts are cheap as Borsjtj and the machines seems to be immortal. The Deere John company isn't very popular around here. Except for the hipsters buying their caps.

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Daniel Branescu says:

    You pay $45, but at least nobody's asking why your sock is chock full of crusty schmoo.

    Now there's a faint silver lining in not living with your mother.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars jack says:

    I got a nearly dead Chinese scooter to fix up so I would have something to drive, the previous owner had somehow managed to break off the filter inside the tank, so the little fuel filter further down the line was handling rust & grains of sand that were just too big & clogged it up, I had to just replace the entire fuel line, there was no saving it. The carburator was awful too but I don't know if it was from sitting too long or the unfiltered fuel, the fuel jets in it are torn up. Always replace your fuel filters at whatever interval your vehicle manufacturer says you should, messing with all of that dirty gasoline is unpleasant & it will save you that trouble.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Chucklab25 says:

    I still can not believe the amount of views a short gets here. I’ve got a video (video-video) posted of a 1 of 1 1956 Ferrari PROTOTYPE RACE CAR that’s :56 long and it’s had 8 views.
    Meanwhile a short i posted about some janky ass antique hose clamp has 500~? views??

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars deereboy8400 says:

    A surefire way to fix the sticky clutch problem is to fabricobble a brake shoe that rides on the clutch when you push the brake pedal. Problem solved for free.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars mark the gun plumber says:

    I just love the JD fan boiz. they go to the dealer and walk in backwards and bent over because they know whats coming next. on the bright side they never have to go to the Dr. for a colonoscopy. it's just one of the many services JD offers their customers.

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