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    Default Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    I no longer have a local dealer for my Century 2535, does anyone have a Hydraulic Filter Cross reference with other tractor/truck part manufacturers?

    Also, I have an issue where my hydraulics are weaker than they used to be and the backhoe has a tendency to drift down during normal tractor use. I think it might be a leaking (internally) valve but I have no clue how to even begin to diagnose....any ideas?

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    Default Re: Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    Wix 51202??? Pretty common filter.

    Wasn't Branson tractors also Kujke? If so, you might find that Wix number to be the one. Double check though.
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    Default Re: Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    I believe my Century 2535 is a Kukje.

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    Default Re: Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    Kukje = Branson = Century

    Kukje is the South Korean manufacturing firm that makes both the brands of tractors.

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    Default Re: Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    [QUOTE=Also, I have an issue where my hydraulics are weaker than they used to be and the backhoe has a tendency to drift down during normal tractor use. I think it might be a leaking (internally) valve but I have no clue how to even begin to diagnose....any ideas?[/QUOTE]

    Any ideas on this? I was told that there is an internal pressure bypass valve internal to the hydraulic system but I do not know where or if that could be the cause. BTW, the rear arms have a tendency to drift downward when under a weight load also.

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    Default Re: Hydraulic Filter Cross Reference

    The 3 point losing height under load is most likely the seals on the rockshaft piston. I had the same issue finally had to tear it down to find the problem. Both the u seal and backer were blown smooth through andwould not hold pressure. Waiting for parts to arrive, bout', $40. I did learn after teardown I coild have reomved just the front of the assembly while on the tractor and saved lots of R/R time. Good lesson though. My problem did not affect the FEL though, just the 3 point. Good Luck.

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