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Oil filter question DC-4

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nitrous

08-31-2010 07:50:15




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Hi guys,

I am working on my new to me 1953 I think DC-4 and in the below picture is the canister to the left where the oil filter should be ?

There is no filter in there and just wondering if there should be one?

Thanks

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Gary Smith in MN

08-31-2010 19:50:21




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
The proper Case number for a engine oil filter for a SC or DC is #08926AB, Wix #51080, Carquest #85080.
Gary



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nitrous

09-02-2010 10:42:13




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to Gary Smith in MN, 08-31-2010 19:50:21  
Thanks a lot ! Found the Wix 51080 at my local Napa for $10.

I noticed this filter has a opening in the middle of it for a tube to go through and noticed on the tractor in the canister there is no tube or anything ?
Does that matter ?



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Greenfrog

08-31-2010 18:41:01




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
I will try to find the number.



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Greenfrog

08-31-2010 18:21:45




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
Baldwin makes one for this . Go to the baldwin website. It is a canister type.



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nitrous

08-31-2010 12:28:33




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
Thanks guys but can anyone confirm the proper oil filter #



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Duner Wi

08-31-2010 18:35:50




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 12:28:33  
I believe this is the proper Case #08426AB or #08152AB. Both of those #s may have a newer # still but your Case dealer can figure that out.



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SDLars

08-31-2010 09:28:14




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
I was curious so I looked at some old posts on this site. Several posts said that the oil filter was still an option in '53. The Fram number for the SC and DC filters is C134PL. It's a cartridge filter. I'd put one in. Best of luck with your DC, looks like you got a good deal.



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Duner Wi

08-31-2010 09:27:15




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 Re: Oil filter question DC-4 in reply to nitrous, 08-31-2010 07:50:15  
My Hastings book says there should be a LF130 in the canister. Also fits "S" models Case and some older Ferguson's.



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