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#16 MyBolens1053 OFFLINE  

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Posted December 29, 2014 - 12:47 AM

got the hydro filter off today with no problems, since the filter is no longer available i feel like i have nothing to loose, so i used some black silicone rtv, to try and seal up the leak i have between the nut looking fitting on the one side and the actual side of the canister. I used some gasoline to clean the area before applying the silicone. Im going to leave it sit a couple days and then maybe try it out....hopefully it will work..

 

That filter is on the pressure side of your hydraulics. Any possible repair should have been a weld or use JB Weld. Still, best to change it out completely. Talk with Bob (above post) on that $10 filter mount and go with those screw on filters that work like those found on a car/truck engine. Have Bob match the filter you need. The change over will require rerouting the supply line from the hydro pump (a longer hydraulic hose).

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Posted December 29, 2014 - 05:15 AM

I have a spare 1600 eliminator parts tractor that has a spin on type.  Will that work??



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Posted December 29, 2014 - 02:56 PM

That inline filter through New Holland will cost you $117.51 + shipping. Part # is 87346701. I'd be changing to a screw-on style!

 

A buddy of mine works at a new holland dealer that is on my way to and from work, if you are sure the filter you are telling me will work for sure i am going to buy one.  I would rather keep it close to original if i can


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Posted December 29, 2014 - 05:37 PM

I'm just going off everyone else posts saying the Ford/Jake filter will work. Just posted the info to give you an idea of the cost. I haven't a clue if it WILL work!


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Posted December 30, 2014 - 12:53 AM

I will have to check in the shed when I get back home after the 1st, but I think I still have a few spares of the original Fram filter for an H-14. I will send you a PM if I do.


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Posted December 30, 2014 - 02:36 PM

I will have to check in the shed when I get back home after the 1st, but I think I still have a few spares of the original Fram filter for an H-14. I will send you a PM if I do.

 

That would be great if you had a spare for me, i just dont want to alter the way the bolens came from the factory if I can help it


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Posted June 02, 2015 - 11:45 AM

I will have to check in the shed when I get back home after the 1st, but I think I still have a few spares of the original Fram filter for an H-14. I will send you a PM if I do.

My filter also went bad on my H-14  and I was wondering if you know where I can get one ? I thought about installing a Magnetic In-Line Filter but thought the pressure might be to much for the hose clamps. 



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Posted June 02, 2015 - 11:53 AM

My filter also went bad on my H-14  and I was wondering if you know where I can get one ? I thought about installing a Magnetic In-Line Filter but thought the pressure might be to much for the hose clamps. 

 

Go to your local Ford new Holland dealer and give them this part#  87346701 They Run about $ 116 but are still available as far as I know


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Posted June 02, 2015 - 07:16 PM

Think $116.00 is hyway robbery,any CO should be ashamed of themselves for even selling one at that price,I would look around for the other style that has the screw on filter,you see them on ebay from time to time,or someone here might have a parts tractor with that style they would sell,when it comes the time I have to ask those kind of prices I'm done selling,I couldn't sleep at night for sure

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Posted June 02, 2015 - 07:41 PM

Think $116.00 is hyway robbery,any CO should be ashamed of themselves for even selling one at that price,I would look around for the other style that has the screw on filter,you see them on ebay from time to time,or someone here might have a parts tractor with that style they would sell,when it comes the time I have to ask those kind of prices I'm done selling,I couldn't sleep at night for sure

 

Problem is Dealer price is likely $100 , not the dealers fault the manufactures set the list prices so high nothing they can to.

For a slow moving item I am just glad they even still have it , not selling / manufacturing a high volume of a product  increases the cost of producing a part. I always tell my customers I would rather pay more to have them keep a part in production than to have them totally obsolete something and be stuck having to hack something together.

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Posted June 02, 2015 - 09:22 PM

Understand dealer cost,but this is exactly why so many wind up in the scrap pile,the average guy isn't going to put $116.00 in a $300.00 tractor,it's only going yo be the guy that's a collector buying one,I don't feel that going with the other style Bolens offered is hacking the tractor IMO
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Posted June 02, 2015 - 10:44 PM

Unless you can find an in-line filter at a reasonable price, my personal preference would be to get a remote filter base that accepts a commonly available spin-on filter. The only reason that my H14 still has the in-line filter? I was able to buy a couple at reasonable prices many tears ago before they disappeared from stock completely. When those are gone, I will change to a spin-on.
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Posted July 08, 2015 - 03:01 PM

I know it's a little late but I went through the same issue with my H14. I ended up getting an adapter and spin on filter locally. Can't remember the part #'s now but it worked like a charm. I relocated the filter housing and mounted it with a couple of bolts. 






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