Our newest tractor ( a 2010 year model) is having some fuel supply issues. In the process of diagnosing the problem, I was looking to see if there was an inline screen between the fuel tank and the primary fuel filter. The fuel tank is underneath the operator's station, and the fuel line comes out on the bottom middle on the right side, then goes towards the back of the tank, and over the top to the left side of the operators station, then back over the engine block to the right side and loops under the filters and transfer pump into the primary filter. There may or may not be an inline screen somewhere in there. Our older (almost antique) tractors have the fuel tank up in front of the engine, and the fuel line is a mostly straight line of only about two feet in length to the transfer pump, and the whole thing is visible when standing next to the tractor. Why did the modern engineers mess up such a simple arrangement?
I don't want anything made after 1992 thanks to them!