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#16 MountainMichael OFFLINE  

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Posted December 01, 2014 - 05:11 PM

I got the filter for my 12h at a New Holland dealer. The part# is JAC 545440. It was pricey but it's not something you need to replace often. Definitely worth it for your tractor, I think you'll see a night and day difference. I did find the filter online also: New Holland JAC545440 FILTER, ELEMENT

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Resurrecting a year plus old thread, but I'm trying to find a cross-reference for the hydro filter on my 1968 Sears hydro-trac.  The original PN (NLA) is 9341H.  Can't seem to find a cross ref for that number in Google.  

 

Can you provide the year for this particular 12H?  I've heard that they used the same hydro filters for some years and I'm thinking this might work.

 

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Posted December 06, 2014 - 05:24 PM

Which filter are you using on your MF14/16 tractors?

Mine leaks around the base..not sure if its the correct filter.



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Posted January 06, 2015 - 02:18 AM

Also you can used Baldwin BT8486 which is an excellent filter.    http://www.baldwinfilter.com/


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Posted February 28, 2016 - 11:39 PM

Hydro filter for MF14/16, MF1450 through MF1855---- WIX 51410

 Wix  filter cross from competitive brands can be done from this page:  http://www.wixfilters.com/

 

Will this Wix filter also work on the Snapper 1855?  I hear the Snapper came with the Eaton rear end, different than the Massey 1855, but do they use the same hydraulic filters?  Thanks.



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Posted February 29, 2016 - 02:25 PM

Yes the Eaton and the Sundstrand use the same filter.

The wix 51410 is a 21 micron rating.  I beleive it is better to use a 10 micron to remove smaller particles.

Here is some info on filter crosses I post before.

 

"I did some checking and Fleetguard has MicroGlass filter.
The HF 6446 has the same dimension with a 10 micron rating while maintaining the the 7-9 GPM flow rate.
John Deere uses it on there 2243 Greens mower
The HF 6096 is a 21 micron rating @ 7-9 GPM.
The HF 6446 crosses to Wix #  57102 and the Baldiwin # is BT 8301. These are 10 micron
10 micro will do a much better job IMHO."


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Posted February 29, 2016 - 10:15 PM

Ducky is the 10 micron filter going to restrict flow in cold temperatures? 


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Posted February 29, 2016 - 11:11 PM

Ducky is the 10 micron filter going to restrict flow in cold temperatures? 

Chris Both filter are rated at 7-9 GPM so I would believe both filters can flow that GPM.  I would assume the flow rate is at operating temp.

You do make a point though that there may be a flow problem at low temps.  Again it is always a good idea to warm a unit up before going into a high RPM load situation.

My Gehl 4625 skid steer needs to run at idle for 10 to 15 minutes when temps fall below 0 degrees or the hydro do tend to cavitate-also known as the noise a cold hydraulic systems makes when the oil is cold.


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Posted February 29, 2016 - 11:20 PM

hydro do tend to cavitate-also known as the noise a cold hydraulic systems makes when the oil is cold.

 

 

That is a sound I do NOT like.  :(


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Posted March 08, 2016 - 08:02 AM

Guys, thank you very much for this information and helping me cut through all the unnecessary clutter of the simple task of finding a replacement filter. 


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Posted September 13, 2016 - 09:15 AM

Guess I should replace my filter and probably change the fluid.  Has the same filter and fluid since the late 70's.  I got the tractor last year and I am sure that my dad never changed it.  So ...Massey  MF1450.  Use a HF 6446 filter and what fluid?


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Posted September 13, 2016 - 02:23 PM

Tractor Hydraulic Oil that meets the J20B Spec.


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Posted September 23, 2016 - 09:18 AM

I found a product at Tractor Supply that is a universal tractor trans / hydraulic fluid.  On the back, it lists Massey Ferguson and Sundstrand as two places where this can be used.  Thanks to Ducky in an earlier message, he mentioned that it needs to meet J20B specs. 

 

I contacted Tractor Supply and after a week or so, they got back with me that this fluid meets J20C and J20B.  It is a Traveller brand and isn't all that bad on price.

 

http://www.tractorsu...#answer/3004638


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