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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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bahmi

09-13-2013 14:29:24




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I ebayed for a hydraulic filter for my 550 and got a real long filter, at least 9 inches long. Looks wrong to me,seems like the filter under the seat is much shorter than that. What could that filter sent to me be anyway?

Anyway, where can I get the right filter for the hydraulic oil?

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JD Seller

09-15-2013 10:15:02




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to bahmi, 09-13-2013 14:29:24  

I read this post with some amusement. You asked for where to get the filter. Several guys have told you where. You still want to go to Ebay or where ever for a "CHEAP" filter. I don't know of a "cheap" filter that is correct for your tractor.

The Baldwin number given IS NOT the correct filter. It even tells you in the description that it is a fuel filter.

"F817F Fuel Filter Replaces Oliver 103096-AS, M-F 1007165-M91 and Fram C-1110PB." Also it is too short and fat to be the correct one.

Just buy the correct filter!! You should get several years out of a new one. So the cost per year is not very high.

Here is a link to the correct filter. The filter is fairly long and smaller diameter. This is the filter you need. The one you got on Ebay maybe the correct one. They fit in the cap and back into the housing a fair bit. So they are longer than just the cap. You can see the correct filter and cap in the second picture of one for sale on Ebay with the cap and used filter. I change one every now and then for my BIL on his 550. It looks just like the one in the picture. Yours may have the wrong filter in it from someone else.

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Sprint 6

09-15-2013 17:32:49




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to JD Seller, 09-15-2013 10:15:02  
Agco dealer is cheaper. I paid $43 for mine last summer with special shipping. Unfortunately, there is nothing cheap about owning a working tractor. Bite the bullet and get the part from the place that knows your tractor.



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Sprint 6

09-13-2013 15:04:33




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to bahmi, 09-13-2013 14:29:24  
Rrlund is right, Agco only filter. Even after 50 plus years. You have to order the housing seal separate. I use universal hytran in my S55.



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rrlund

09-13-2013 14:38:00




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to bahmi, 09-13-2013 14:29:24  
I told you before,Agco dealer. If nothing else,call Hofferbert Sales in Bannister Michigan. They'll have one. 989 eight six two 5300.



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Stubc

09-14-2013 05:16:59




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to rrlund, 09-13-2013 14:38:00  
I have a baldwin number if you want



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bahmi

09-14-2013 13:22:11




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to Stubc, 09-14-2013 05:16:59  
Yes, by all means, if you have a Baldwin number for the correct filter, please send it along on the website. It would be a big help to all of us with the 550.



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Sprint 6

09-14-2013 08:53:04




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to Stubc, 09-14-2013 05:16:59  
AFAIK, no one aftermarket makes a hydraulic filter for the S55 or 550 with the cast iron filter housing. Local NAPA carries Baldwin and they could not come up with the right one. Catalog listings lead to the one he got or a shorter one with metal ends. The factory filter is just an element with no ends, similar to a toilet paper tube except smaller. I would be interested in your Baldwin number to see if it is right, got to be a much cheaper alternative if it is true.

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bahmi

09-14-2013 13:20:41




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to Sprint 6, 09-14-2013 08:53:04  
I went to eBay and bought a filter that had the right number, but it was certainly NOT the right filter. It was at least 9" long and nearly 3" in diameter. Just way too big. There must be some mistake in the numbers that are being circulated by various publications and readers. I am all ears to find out a cheaper alternative to the cost that is as much as 66 dollars in one publication I saw. I also wonder if the filter can be washed out with a solvent, dried, and reused.

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Stubc

09-15-2013 06:53:14




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to bahmi, 09-14-2013 13:20:41  
Baldwin F817-F.

You can not seem to get it on the Baldwin crossover site. Acklands gets them in for me.



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Sprint 6

09-15-2013 17:28:46




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to Stubc, 09-15-2013 06:53:14  
That filter only fits early Super 55 with draft selector hydraulics and side filter. It will not fit late Super 55(like mine) or 550.



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Stubc

09-15-2013 06:59:12




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 Re: hydraulic filter in reply to Stubc, 09-15-2013 06:53:14  
There are some on eBay now. Zoom in on the box to read the text.



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