Oil filter

diggerjones

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#1
Can anyone make any sence of these filters, I've been told one of them is obsolete. I'm thinking the blue one has been on since new:rolleyes:
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Shovelhands

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If Mark’s link doesn’t get you anywhere, then try inlinefilters.co.uk , sure it’s .co.uk...might be .com?, anyway, they are a good resource for cross referencing filter numbers.
Their helpline is very good too, but all orderes must be placed online. I use them for 80% of our filters.
 
diggerjones

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Thanks will have a better look for the numbers. The blue one has warning written on it. Saying something like replace after so many hrs
 
Shovelhands

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#9
The white one looks like it’s got a number on it, the blue one you might have to take off to get a good look at it. Always put I back on if you don’t muller it getting it off(y)
 
Regy53

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Very original machine

The number on the blue on up top, wa somthing sounds like it might reference
 
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If you can get a make/number off it try Smiths auto parts in Nantwich - they recently matched a Donaldson filter off an American PTO chipper that I had cross referenced and found various matches online priced around £30. They matched it to a Bosch filter for a Porsche for less than 15 quid, in next day. Good bunch in there!
 
diggerjones

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Well i managed to get the filters off today. Would i be right in thinking the blue one has probably been on sinse new.
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