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'68 MF-135 Need Oil Filter/Oill Advice

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Wade Barry

04-11-1999 06:44:58

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Changing all fluids and filters as necessary as they haven't been done for some time. MF supplied me with a part no. 837595M91 for the Perkins diesel but it is only 2 1/2" diam. vs. 2 7/8" for the original (both are 4 1/2" long with 7/8" center hole). Any suggestions as to which one is correct? Also, what should I look out for while I'm "cleanings body fluids", etc? Are there alternatives to MF OEM fluids and filters ? Note: there is a front end loader in place.

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lamar robinette

08-28-2005 10:44:35

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 Re: '68 MF-135 Need Oil Filter/Oill Advice in reply to Wade Barry, 04-11-1999 06:44:58  
I have a 1980 Scout diesel that takes a canister type oil filter. My parts dealer tells me that all crossovers now have cylindrical gaskets instead of the flat ones that I have always used. Will this work?

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chris rhoads

04-17-2001 09:11:39

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 Re: '68 MF-135 Need Oil Filter/Oill Advice in reply to Wade Barry, 04-11-1999 06:44:58  
need to know what oil to use, and what transmission oil to use. don't have a manual. would love to purchas one.

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04-14-1999 13:04:31

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 Re: '68 MF-135 Need Oil Filter/Oill Advice in reply to Wade Barry, 04-11-1999 06:44:58  
The smaller filter is the 'new style' better ?they both work as long as the seal contact areas are the same.

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