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 06-07-1999, 00:00 Post: 4805
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I WAS WONDERING IF THERE IS AN AFTERMARKET OIL FILTER THAT WILL WORK ON MY L35. (FRAM, PENNZOIL, AC,....)IF SO WHAT IS THE BRAND AND PART NUMBER?THANK YOU FOR YOU HELP.






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 06-07-1999, 00:00 Post: 4827
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Napa should have a Napa "Gold" oil filter for your L35. I would'nt use anything else. They are a good filter at low cost.






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 06-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 4853
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If you really care about the life of your unit,I would recommend doing a little research on oil filtering ability, and who makes them. Cheaper cost SOMETIMES means cheaper construction W/less filtering ability.I remember seeing a comparison chart at one time for autos, and remember that FRAMwas about the worst. NAPA Gold as recommended by Mike was pretty high on thelist. I would try to find out who makes the OEM filter for your unit. For example:an OEM Dodge Cummins oil filter will set you back around $9-14, the same filter,made by Fleetgaurd is $4.95. Fleetgaurd from what I am told, makes the OEM filters for Dodge, minus the pretty Dodge logo. I would also recommend looking for a filter using "microglass", I think they can filter particles 1/2 the size of a normal paper element.Sometimes you get what you paid for. Good LuckSmile






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 06-08-1999, 00:00 Post: 4857
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I think Wix makes both Napa Gold and kubota filters. I read an article on filter brands and Napa Gold came out on top. I think you can find it, way, way back on Machinery forum?






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 06-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 4885
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Oil FIlter study:http://minimopar.simplenet.com/oilfilterstudy.html






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 06-09-1999, 00:00 Post: 4923
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I recommend everyone on this page to cut open a NAPA filter and compare it to a cut open Fleetguard (Cummins). Fleetguards have more "paper" in them and are the highest quality..Fleetguard, which is owned by Cummins, a world leader in engines, makes filters for many companies like Deere, CaseIH, and other companies. In my opinion, get the OEM filter if it is not too out-of-line. My second choice would be Fleetguard. They build engines and they know how to make filters. NAPA/Wix, Baldwin, and FRAM are copy-cats. (I dont work for Fleetguard.)






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 06-10-1999, 00:00 Post: 4959
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BobI went to a local auto parts store to get a filter for my L2350. they were able to look it up in a book and got a Fram filter for me. I got to thinking about it and went to the Kubota dealer and got a Kubota filter. The Kubota was about 5 bucks compared to about 3 for the Fram. Since this was the first oil change for my tractor and it still has warranty, I got to thinking that if some think happened to the engine Kubota might view the filter as the reason and not honor the warranty. With a tractor as expensive as an L35, I believe I'd get the Kubota brand filter and oil. Just my opinion, everyone has one.






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 06-15-1999, 00:00 Post: 5120
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Just finished reading the Oil filter study posted by Diggerdarol. Unfortunatelythat is not the first time I heard that FRAM is JUNK. I truely believe that Preventativemaintainance goes a long,long way. "pay me now, or pay me later"Please do yourself a favor, don't be a penny pincher trying to save a dollar, only to spend hundreds down the road.






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