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Case 1818 Hydraulic filter

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Ron Pataska

07-24-2006 08:31:18




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Hi,

Anyone ever come up with a cross for a Case part number D139372 hydraulic filter? Since they use 10W40 as fluid, would not expect anything magic about this filter, and Case wants alot.

Thanks,

Ron in WI




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hunit

07-25-2006 10:44:34




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 Re: Case 1818 Hydraulic filter in reply to Ron Pataska, 07-24-2006 08:31:18  
take the number to napa they cross it for ya that all we put on our 1818 or i can look at ours and give ya the filter nimber



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petetx

07-24-2006 11:00:46




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 Re: Case 1818 Hydraulic filter in reply to Ron Pataska, 07-24-2006 08:31:18  
Go to wix filters home page they list all filters there # for hydraulic filter is 51610



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Ron Pataska

07-25-2006 04:59:25




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 Re: Case 1818 Hydraulic filter in reply to petetx, 07-24-2006 11:00:46  
Thanks for the reply and info.

Ron



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