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A 611B Filter Question.

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L.Fure

06-01-2020 12:24:48




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I'll eventually change the fluid in the torque tube in the 611B. I can find a listing for the hydraulic filter, but not the case-o-matic filter. Is the filter used for the hydraulics the same as the case-o-matic filter? I know the original was an end wound filter that can be cleaned and refused, but it could have been replaced with a disposable filter in the past 60 years. I want to get new filters when I buy the oil just in case they have been switched.

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mEl

06-03-2020 07:35:17




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 Re: A 611B Filter Question. in reply to L.Fure, 06-01-2020 12:24:48  
Whatever you decide, the edge wound would definitely have to be used in the back housing and the new style up front if you wished.



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L.Fure

06-03-2020 06:56:38




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Thanks MEL. After giving it some thought, I doubt I'll put enough hours on the tractor to have to deal with these filters again. Unless you have another idea on the subject.



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mEl

06-03-2020 06:41:29




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 Re: A 611B Filter Question. in reply to L.Fure, 06-01-2020 12:24:48  
L,

Check with John Saeli 315 651 2779 about that filter, DonL 507 433 0073 may be able to source it also, they both are up on what is or is not available



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L.Fure

06-03-2020 05:19:39




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Found that both filters are the edge wound reusable type. One is in great shape, but the other is kind of rough. I'll use the new pleated filter for the case-o-matic and the other for the hydraulics. I did see the casting do-dad in the hydraulic filter casting. I think it was put there to hold the filter in position while the cap is installed. Can new edge wound filters be found for these tractors?

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Adirondack case guy

06-01-2020 16:01:10




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 Re: A 611B Filter Question. in reply to L.Fure, 06-01-2020 12:24:48  
Back when the newer paper cartriges came out, it was also necessary to change the spring loaded washer/cover fastened in the cap that held the filter in place. It was a different shape to accommodate the different profile of the paper cartridge.If the washer wasn't changed the filter would be crushed.
Loren



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L.Fure

06-01-2020 15:36:27




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 Re: A 611B Filter Question. in reply to L.Fure, 06-01-2020 12:24:48  
Thanks. Hopefully my 611B has the original end wound filters. I'll take the filters out before heading to town to the oil and filters.



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MEL

06-01-2020 14:55:01




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The edge wound filter was the original in both housings, the new paper pleat is OK for the com housing but the rear hydraulic housing has a lump of casting which will accept the paper pleat filter as it has a milled seat for the edge wound, I have taken cartridge filters out of
the rear casting badly deformed as they cannot seat, make sure that the paper pleat can seat fully and if so use it, if the casting are as many I've seen you will surely see the problem.

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Case Nutty 1660

06-01-2020 13:54:33




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