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  1. #1
    Silver Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    central florida
    jinma jm 224

    Default when what to my wandering eyes should appear...

    ...but an Inline screw in hydraulic filter, stock. (check the pic) OK after all this I feel like an if this is indeed a new change for the Jinma 224, does that mean theres NO filter in the main hydro reservoir?

    I had seen posts where older jinmas were modified to have an inline filter, but the pipe on mine goes directly from this filter back to the reservoir. Side mounted to it on the lower L side. Knob in front of the seat still there.

    Well, one thing I can say is I am learning something here. Now where can I find the number for the screw-in filter???
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    SE VA. NC State Line
    Jinma Dealer / Importer. General Tractor Repair Shop.

    Default Re: when what to my wandering eyes should appear...

    The suction side may have some type of strainer/ screen?? You would have to take it off and see.

    I have the cross over number for the 300 series spin on hydraulic filter. Don't know if it would work?? You can PM me and try filter before I/we post the number.

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