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656/706 D282 Oil Filter

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I have a 656 diesel that is leaking bad around the bolt that holds the oil filter canister on. My parts book does not show it so I went to the trusty dealer and they have no idea what part number or sizes to look for. Said if I bring in the old one, they might be able to match it up with something. Does anyone have the part number or a replacement o'ring size I need? 

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I think the washer is part of the oil filter bolt assembly on 560 
I think used a copper washer , sorry,  don’t remember where I got it , McMaster Carr . Help section at autozone , sorry I just don’t remember.
is that a 3/4 bolt ? Don’t remember the size I tried o ring did not work 

try Napa 

also try the good hardware store with all the drawers might be stocked .

could use nylon washer

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Its a washer 304012R1

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The engine is listed separately from the tractor in the parts books. Thx-Ace

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384532R1   Thanks mmi. That number worked. I looked my parts manual over several times and never found that. After you posted this I went to the shop and found it listed. Now to see if the local dealer can find it. If not, at least I know who has it listed as available.

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things and # change   have them back check it is correct, if not over priced even for dealer

 

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Go to your local car parts store they have all sizes of copper washers

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most sites/photos are calling those plastic wshr

either way they need to be extra clean seated sq and "snug" not torqued to the moon

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They make a conversion for the 282 oil filter. It allows you to use a regular spin on oil filter. Put one on my tractor and I like it. It's been so long ago I can't remember how it attaches but it was not difficult to install.

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