The piston (plug) has great potential for adapting some type of seal to a filter cartridge. Beats modifying a critical end cap.
I agree with you on all that! One suggestion is use a good sharp/maybe new drill bit and make a test hole in similar material to test fit. Chamfer the edge at top of hole to prevent cutting oring. Drill press or lathe will help make a smoother bore than a hand held drill. I am probably telling you stuff you already know.hunterkz wrote: ↑Fri Jun 01, 2018 11:49 amI was thinking about this type of filter or similar. It looks like the intake air is sealed by an oring on a nipple so I can use the plug and drill a hole in it to the right size. I could put a spring in the dead space to push the plug into the filter and keep it there. I guess the air space below the filter where the spring would be would also get rid of some water too. I'll take better pictures and measurements tonight.
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