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770guy

03-02-2012 07:46:16




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For our 90 and 94 series tractors, NAPA lists two different hydraulic filter numbers. The number that we usually get is called a paper type, but there is also another number they call a "glass media version filter." What's the difference? Should a guy be using one instead of the other? Thanks.




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RGMartin

03-05-2012 04:30:55




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 Re: Hyd Filters in reply to 770guy, 03-02-2012 07:46:16  
http://www.discountfleetsupply.com/nsearch.html?query=wix+51853

Good ones are $36 per pair if I read the info right.



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770guy

03-04-2012 20:07:34




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 Re: Hyd Filters in reply to 770guy, 03-02-2012 07:46:16  
Thanks guys. I like the idea of the high performance filters if they last longer because we tend to get a little long between changes sometimes. Our 2294 does have a lot of false alarms from the trans monitoring system, so if they clear that up it would be another plus. According NAPAs website the expensive filters are a little more than three times the cheap ones though, so I might check with case first.

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Agri King

03-03-2012 13:37:44




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 Re: Hyd Filters in reply to 770guy, 03-02-2012 07:46:16  
Case offers a standard and hi proformance hyd. filters for these tractors. The hi-pro ones are more expensive, like more than double if I remember right. But I wonder if the hi-pro ones would help touchy hyd. filter senders etc. so these lights don't come on from time to time. I have priced aftermarket filters against Case filters and the difference was very little.



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DKase

03-02-2012 18:14:28




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 Re: Hyd Filters in reply to 770guy, 03-02-2012 07:46:16  
Are you refering to the 2 filters that fit end to end between the lift pump and the piston pump? If so I have tried both filters. The more expensive one lasts about 3 times as long as the cheap one.



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