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Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question

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Dan MD

12-04-2012 14:38:05

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Not sure if you found a resolution to your problem yet. Your post reminded me that I had the same problem as you only I was missing both the top and bottom pieces. I just ordered the above part number from FP Smith and it is supposed to be a kit that contains all the parts #22 covers from your part drawing. It was $25 for both plates, gasket and filter. I haven't got mine yet, so I hope it is what I think it is.


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12-10-2012 16:55:02

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to Dan MD, 12-04-2012 14:38:05  
So I got my new diesel filter assembly mounted on my MD. The new assembly is much cleaner than my original and has machined surfaces on both filters. The issue is that the AUX filter opening is bigger than the Primary Filter. This means that if you use a Promary Cartridge it fits very loose in the opening. A little frustrated at this point so I called FP smith and they are shipping me the parts kit for this.

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D Slater

12-10-2012 17:02:17

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to hattrick, 12-10-2012 16:55:02  
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Hey whats the casting number on the filter base you got.

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12-10-2012 17:07:56

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to D Slater, 12-10-2012 17:02:17  
I am not at home but I recall 9441? I see that case/ih shows it as 9441DA. It may very well have the DA on it. I know that mine was original with the tractor though. I can check when I get home and let you know.

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D Slater

12-10-2012 17:23:41

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to hattrick, 12-10-2012 17:07:56  
9441DA used the 2 different filters. Filter base with 6 numbers used 2 final type filters. If I remember correct 9441DA was channeled looking toward the 2 bolts that mount it and 9441D was rounded looking at the same place. Rounded type was on most MD. IH changed the frame rails along the way, some have dips for clearance at places and some don't.

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12-10-2012 17:26:16

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to D Slater, 12-10-2012 17:23:41  
Mine is definitely rounded. I think now that I have the upper and lower retainders coming I will be all set with what I have.

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12-07-2012 11:05:48

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 Re: MD Filter Follow-up Question in reply to Dan MD, 12-04-2012 14:38:05  
It would have been nice to know that these were available but at the same time it would be nice to be able to run two cartridges rather than one cartridge and one yarn filter. One issue that I am having it that the clearance on the diesel sediment bowl screw hits against the frame and therefor you cannot easily remove the sediment bowl. It seems like there should be more clearance than that and based on how the frame rails are there is not really any way around this. I have verified that the sediment bowl that I have is 4" which is what is shown on a few aftermarket sites. I am curious if you have an MD how much clearance you have. Thanks

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