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brian stanek

04-03-2020 23:52:27




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can anyone tell me Napa"s part no. for the hydraulic system oil filter on a 430? is hy-trans fluid the order of the day for the hydraulic lift system?




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brian stanek

04-04-2020 15:00:23




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to brian stanek, 04-03-2020 23:52:27  
thanks again for the information. yes now with the border closed I am not able to access my PO. box there so it makes it not so nice.but better to stay safe. the local Napa guy here is pretty good some don't even want to look up any tractor stuff.



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Joe (Wa)

04-04-2020 12:50:42




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to brian stanek, 04-03-2020 23:52:27  
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NAPA sells Wiz filters, they just drop the first digit in Wix p/n.

Wix.51518 becomes NAPA.1518.

Joe



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brian stanek

04-04-2020 10:51:14




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to brian stanek, 04-03-2020 23:52:27  
john I agree %100 but the fact is shipping into Canada is unreal. some do offer free shipping on orders over so much money but it sure can add a lot to a simple item. unfortunately that's what we face here.



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John Saeli

04-04-2020 12:18:25




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to brian stanek, 04-04-2020 10:51:14  
I forgot you was in Canada. If I remember, your 430 is late, the CASE # is A36524, later changed to A39578. Don't have NAPA #, but WIX is 51518 and Fleetgard is HF6013. If that kid behind the counter can't work w/ those numbers, he doesn't deserve your business. Good luck!!



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John Saeli

04-04-2020 13:16:45




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to John Saeli, 04-04-2020 12:18:25  
Almost forgot, Yes Hy-Tran or a high quality equivalent "Transmission-Hydraulic Oil". Add about 2 quarts of 85W140 to it to give it some body and extra protection for the gears & Bearings.



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John Saeli

04-04-2020 06:30:15




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to brian stanek, 04-03-2020 23:52:27  
Brian: Would you rather do business w/ someone who can't even tell you what filter you need, then after you tell them what you need, will tell you they have to order it in because they don't stock it, then charge you more than someone who knows what filter you need, and stocks it at a great price and can also make an oil recommendation for you?



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denny k

04-04-2020 09:27:39




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 Re: 430 hydraulics in reply to John Saeli, 04-04-2020 06:30:15  
Great answer John,:)



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