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Neodymium Magnets use on Oil Filters

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Southcoastbiker
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Just finished a very good read on motorcycle oils and using neodymium magnets on the outside of oil filters to filter metal fragments inside the filter wondering if anyone has used this. I definitely will be using these magnets on all of my filters  after reading this 


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Ride & Shine

Hey Mate, Neodymium magnets are subject to demagnitising at temps over 80 degrees, your filter is easily going to exceed that on a typical ride especially in Oz. Ferrite magnets are the way to go and stay stable to temps over 200 degrees...:-)

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Tazmool

Many engine oil drain plugs have magnets at the end of them, does the T7?  
If it does, that should be enough to get the job done? 

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sebti

the oil drain screw have no pagnet plug, but you can buy a cheap one.

I did it:


<p class="cs95E872D0"><a id="_DX_FRAG_STARTFRAGMENT"></a><span class="csA7555675">Bouchon de vidange magnétique en aluminium TECNIUM pour garantir l'étanchéité de la...

Be carefull, chineses and cheap model are really bad quality...

 

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