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crossover number for a jx 0710 oil filter

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September 7, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Does anyone have a crossover number for a JX 0710 oil filter to Wix or Napa that they have used successfully on their Jinma 254 ??????  Many thanks !!!!!!!

September 7, 2013


Bob Rooks

Member

posts 1425

Post edited 10:45 am – September 7, 2013 by Bob Rooks


It's my understanding that there are two different filters available.

What size are your threads? (Diameter and pitch, SAE or Metric)

September 7, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Thanks Bob,

Diameter is 0.70" and I believe it's SAE but a Metric thread gauge fits in very close also.  I any case what are the two filters available ???

September 7, 2013


Affordable

Supporting Dealer

posts 420

Re-check the flter number, I have not heard of that number filter, There are JX0707 style 1,2,3, JX0810, JX85100C, several others

 

Tommy

Affordable Tractor Sales

"Your Jinma Parts Superstore"

http://www.affordabletractorsalesco.com

September 7, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Tommy,

   Thanks for the reply.  Yes that is the correct number JX0710 both installed on the tractor and the replacement filter in the tool box.  That came with my NEW JINMA 254.

September 8, 2013


DavidPrivett

Lifetime Member Elite

posts 305

something you might want to think about ,I can not remember which dealer it was but,if your filter housing has a removeable nipple that holds the oil filter,someone makes a new one with a different thread so more common filters can be used.like I can not remember the thread size but the filter I use now is a ph8a .you can get them anywhere.really I had a housing that had a fixed nipple I bought a new housing with the removeable nipple and the adaptor so filters would be easier to find.

September 8, 2013


Affordable

Supporting Dealer

posts 420

Take the new one to the local auto parts store, see if they can cross it over for you

 

Tommy

Affordable Tractor Sales

"Your Jinma Parts Superstore"

http://www.affordabletractorsalesco.com

September 13, 2013


Alberta Redneck Enterprises Ltd

Lifetime Member

posts 2

Something to watch out for, I did a cross reference for a JX85100-c oil filter to a Baldwin number it crossed to a B7451. It has a 19psi bypass valve. I installed it on my Tytan 403 crawler. I operated it for about 3/4 hr. and loss all the oil pressure. My son is a mechanic and did a lot of checks finally reinstalling the old filter before getting my oil pressure back. Does anyone know if the Baldwin cross reference number for the JX85100-c is wrong or what the problem could be. Where can I buy the original JX85100-C oil filters?

September 14, 2013


Bob Rooks

Member

posts 1425

Post edited 12:59 am – September 14, 2013 by Bob Rooks


I have never heard of an oil filter causing loss of oil pressure. You have something else going on. Maybe a stuck open relief valve, broken pump/drive, no oil? Do I understand correctly that your oil pressure returned to normal when you reinstalled the old filter?

Which engine do you have? Tytan also marketed the Yuchai with a four cylinder engine.

 

B7451 Oil Filter                
Descriptions: Lube Spin-on
Contains: 20 PSID By-Pass Valve Integral Post Seal
Fits: Foton FT404, FT504, Taishan TS554 Tractors
Replaces: Weifang Baldwin CX85100C, JX85100C, WB202C
Thread: M24 x 2.0
O.D.: 3 21/32 (92.9)
Length: 5 1/8 (130.2)
I. Gskt.: [1] Included

September 17, 2013


Alberta Redneck Enterprises Ltd

Lifetime Member

posts 2

I reinstalled the old oil filter and my oil pressure returned to normal. My engine is the 3 cylinder diesel. I don't know a whole lot as the translated manual I have is not very enlightening. the B7451 filter is actually a fuel filter. I don't know if they make an oil filter that is different to that or not. Does anyone know where to buy an original oil filter? Thank you for all the good info.

September 17, 2013


Bob Rooks

Member

posts 1425

Post edited 11:23 pm – September 17, 2013 by Bob Rooks


So then you have the Jaing Dong (JD) TY395 engine?

I use the B2 (NAPA 1515) on mine but I have the SAE threads.

The B7451 is actually a lube oil filter according to Baldwin, the maker.

Check it out here.

Don't know how you came up with the fuel filter application.

It's quite possible you have a defective filter.

Your filter & manufacturer.

JX85100C CLARCOR FILTRATION (CHINA)

 

Note – by comparison:

The Caterpillar D-3 manuals are particularly enlightening, very educational, and extremely informative. About $450.00 for the set, and readily available.

Only as a last resort would I ever go to Tytan for parts, but there are many dealers that support this website that stock filters for the TY395 engine.

September 18, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Bob,

Back to the JX0710 crossover.  What two filters are you thinking about????

September 19, 2013


Bob Rooks

Member

posts 1425

One has SAE threads, the other has metric threads.

September 19, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

I'll try one of each.  And the filter numbers are????

September 21, 2013


Bob Rooks

Member

posts 1425

The NAPA 1515 has SAE threads. Don't remember the other NAPA filter number but the guys at NAPA can tell you.

September 21, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Thanks Bob,

     Will give that a try.

October 24, 2013


pjr

Lifetime Member

posts 20

Tone

 

Mine has the same number JX0710. the one on the tractor and the extra they give you. Im having a heck of a time finding a cross ref number as well.

October 24, 2013


pjr

Lifetime Member

posts 20

Post edited 12:53 pm – October 24, 2013 by pjr


I did find another number on the filter WB178…..when you get on Baldwins site it come up with a B7458?http://catalog.baldwinfilter.com/ Says its for a Foton KM385T

So i dont knw

October 24, 2013


pjr

Lifetime Member

posts 20

Tone

 

This is what I got……

fuel filters:wix-33195, Baldwin-BF7608, FRAM-P6503, Fleetgaurd-FF5095 or FF42002, Napa-3195 which is wix still, and Donoldson-P555095

 

Oil filters:wix-51342, Baldwin-B178, FRAM-PH2870A, Fleetgaurd- LF875, Napa-1342 still wix, Donoldson-P554770

October 25, 2013


TONE-TONE

Lifetime Member

posts 19

Thanks pjr,

        Looks like the right filter.  It was a "job" trying to find a cross-over.

Now on to getting the correct oil capacities which we should be using for both of our tractors.  If you find out please let me know.

 

                                                Tone

 

                                                   


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