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    Default broken hydraulic filter fitting

    I removed the hoe from my CK25HST today and caught the bottom hydraulic filter. The filter came off with about 1 inch of thread from the fitting. Is this a nipple that can be replace or does the whole fitting have to be replaced. What is the best way to do it?

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    I think the whole thing has to be replaced. Many here have ripped them off while grubbing which there is so much interest in a belly pan.
    2008 KIOTI DK40Se Hydro
    1978 Sling Blade/wood handle

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    You are right MotorSeven. I got it off, 2 screws hold the housing to a bracket. 1 flow bolt, and 2 pressed ends with O-rings. A machine shop could put a new nipple in but the complete housing is $65.00 and shop time would probably eat it up. The biggest expense will be replacing the Hydra-Tranny fluid. Cheers!

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    Hope you ordered two of them because i snapped mine off the ck20 today . How long till the new one comes in ? I may try to J B weld mine till i get a replacement . Definetly going to fab a skid plate asap

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    I have a Kioti dealer 20 miles away. They have a stock order every week and I was lucky to catch it. If I can't wait a week they would get it UPS in 2 days (of course the freight would be $50-60). Good idea to get 2 and get serious about skid plate. If the filter was 3" shorter a lot of our problems would go away. Cheers!

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    Elite Member MotorSeven's Avatar
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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    Come spring time, I aim to fab a belly pan.....already have the cardboard stashed for a template.
    2008 KIOTI DK40Se Hydro
    1978 Sling Blade/wood handle

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    AFTER LOOKING AT IT , THERE ARE 2 THREADED HOLES BELOW THE FILTER THAT I'M GOING TO USE TO BOLT ON A SHORT PIECE OF 3X3 ANGLE.

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    Default Re: broken hydraulic filter fitting

    I made an adapter to join the filter to the housing. It has a weak spot so it will break off instead of harming the housing. I made an extra adapter so of course it will never break again.
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