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Is it possible to solve shiny oil filter’s problem by installing five filters in a row? In case first filter fails due to salt water immersion the second filter picks the job and so on? It seems like very simple solution. Will Tartan honor its warranty after such boat improvement?
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Well, I was so impressed by the quality of the oil filter, that I was thinking it might be a good preventative measure to attach lengths of duct tape to the filter and string the lengths to several attachment points to the rest of the hull. This might possibly minimize unforeseen salt water immersions of that beautiful filter. I wish I had taken a picture of it so I could post it here on sailnet.
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