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 04-28-2003, 12:45 Post: 53917
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I just bought my first set of filters for my 7360SS. Part #MA1031-0511-200 air filter element $59.05, #MA1031251800 hydraulid filter $83.81 could these be correct? I have bought several for my other Kubotas and air element was 12.00 to 17.00 and the hydro element was 15.00 to 20.00 depending on which dealer I used. Does any one know a different source than the dealer? I am a firm believer in O.E.M. parts. The Cub is ok but these prices are strong. Thanks for any and all help.






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 04-30-2003, 19:55 Post: 54075
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Sometimes O.E.M. part's are the way to go and sometimes not.I would go to Baldwins Filter site and cross-reference those filter #'s if I were you.....those prices you paid were to say the least.....gougeing!






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 04-30-2003, 20:05 Post: 54076
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I had a similar experience with NH filters. The Kubota has been fairly reasonable. My local parts store carries the fluid filters but they are not that much cheaper than the OEM. I can't imagine those air filters are not used in another application and are available elsewhere as the previous post states.






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 05-06-2003, 09:19 Post: 54396
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No luck with Baldwin filters. No listing for 7360SS. Any other suggestions?
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 05-06-2003, 09:29 Post: 54398
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Here is a link for Hasings Filters. I checked and they did not list them but you can try calling them and see if they can help you. Good luck.






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 05-06-2003, 10:18 Post: 54406
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What about NAPA, My local NAPA dealer has been able to get me a filter for everything I have checked on yet.






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 05-07-2003, 09:36 Post: 54454
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Thanks Chief but Hastings is strike two, Baldwin was strike one. I do like the tractor but lack of filter sources is costly. NAPA is searching. Any other?
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 05-13-2003, 23:48 Post: 54847
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I must be missing the point...Tractors are expensive. Filters are cheap insurance (even proprietary Mitsubishi ones). Even if you buy alot of filters, like I do, the air filter can be blown out for a long time. The hydraulic and hydrostat are only every 300 hours. The fuel filter and engine oil filter are easy to cross reference. The key is to crossing cub parts is to drop "ma" from any Cub part #. Then it becomes a Mitsubishi #. They are much easier to find this way. Almost the entire tractor is Mitsubishi. Now my BIG concern is Cub is cutting ties with Mitsubishi and is going to Korea to buy from DaeDong. Ouch!






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 05-14-2003, 07:13 Post: 54855
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The point is getting ripped off by being charged $83 for a $10 filter. I know businesses need to make money but they don't have to make it all on one sale.






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