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    Default Filters Cross Index

    Hey - I'm a proud new 335 owner - time for first filter change. Does anyone have cross indexed filter numbers from Bobcat to ?? My dealer is 100 miles away.

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    You might try a search on this forum, I know this has been asked and talked about several times but I don't remember ever seeing an answer. The filters are quite expensive but it was recommended to stick with the BC filters at least until your warranty was out. No reason to give them an excuse to try to get out of warranty repair.

    I can tell you that not all BC dealers price their filters the same. My original dealer was MUCH higher on filters than the one I get mine from. I don't know why that is the case but it was.

    I know there are several discussions on here about fluids. BC's fluid must be lined with gold because it is way over priced, something like $60 for 2.5 gal. Personally, I use Conoco but others have used Shell and brands from TSC or Rural King.

    Use the search in this forum, you can find several threads on both filters and fluids.

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    I've chased that rabbit on trying to find a cross reference on hydraulic and oil filters, and have come up empty. I believe for the time being, you are stuck with OE filters.
    Z RENCH If your car is broke and you're not, come see me!

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    I ordered enough for the first few years of filter changes and the shipping was like 15. I couldn't have driven to my dealer and back for that!

    I did call around and there is a big difference in charges from dealer to dealer. I'm sure there are some dealers here @ tbn that would be clad to help.

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    just got new hyd filters for my ct 355. when i open box on the hst filter it was dif color & had part# t4125-38021 same as kioti for dk35hse. so i look at the old one i took off could see it use to be the same color & get the light to sine just right on it you can see the the kioti part# . so if kioti filter is cheaper or if can cross index i get that one .don't know about the other hyd filter it was same as old one bet it's a kioti filter too. my dealer is 100 miles away too sent me the filters free shipping. ask about hyd oil he told me to use some thing like jd hy-gard

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    We would be happy to take care of your needs.
    You can drop me a Pm or call.
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    Smile Re: Filters Cross Index

    Just a followup - thanks all for your suggestions.

    I was able to cross the non-hydraulics to CarQuest #'s

    Fuel = 85626

    Outer Air = 88489

    Inner Air = 88490

    Engine Oil = 86507

    No luck on hydraulics. The replacements from the dealer are Korean manufacture (I lived in Korea for a year - recognized writing on filter body)

    I don't know if anyone would want to use these #s - I guess at your own risk and maybe there is no cost advantage - but that is what I have found so far.

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    I just purchased filters yesterday from the St. Louis Bobcat store.

    Oil Filter was $7.00

    Hydro filter was $28.00

    Transmission filter was $15.00

    Total was $50.00

    Based on stuff I read this seemed pretty steep but what can you do?

    MoKelly

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    Default Re: Filters Cross Index

    Total was $50.00

    Based on stuff I read this seemed pretty steep but what can you do?
    Actually, that seems pretty reasonable. The dealer I buy from who is cheaper than the one I bought my tractor off of is $68 for the 3 filters.

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    Angry Re: Filters Cross Index

    Wow - my good buddy dealer got me for $29.30 on the one hydraulic and $84.44 on the other.

    Next time a little lubrication would be in order!

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