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Hi, I just got finished overhauling a 54 super wd9 and I'm having trouble finding an oil filter for it, the number on the old one is worn off. I took the old one to my local case dealer and they couldn't find a part number for it. do any of you know the part number and where I could find a filter. The pictures are of the filter that was in it. Thanks
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2 hours ago, Josh123 said:

Thank you J-Mech and Rainman the dimensions are right, I don't know how the guys at case couldn't find it

  makes no sense case ih guys could not find it what info did you give them. most young people in  parts have no idea what these tractors are. they just need to look on their computer and its right in front of them, but need the info. and i bet it is not like what you took out .

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On 10/19/2021 at 8:32 PM, Josh123 said:

Rustred if you could post the case ih part number that would be great.

 

I think the part number should be 376376R91.

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43 minutes ago, FarmallFan said:

I think the part number should be 376376R91.

i would have to look on my bill. why not just ph and ask someone with knowledge, its the parts man's job. try to remember tonight. there is nothing hard to get those filters.

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Just now, rustred said:

i would have to look on my bill. why not just ph and ask someone with knowledge, its the parts man's job. try to remember tonight. there is nothing hard to get those filters.

also NAPA can get them . i have bought at both places.

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376374r91 is the short smaller diameter filter used on a farmall A through504 and H through 350 , The correct filter is 375376r91  it fits the MD through 650 diesel some early Ms and the gas w9 through 650  the 376375R91 fits just about any thing not mentioned in letter series plus a few early As , B s, and Hs

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i have a early m and it takes a Napa 1155, and it needed a gasket/ seal napa fil 5074. the same filter in hasting is a lf485. If rainman is correct wix makes napa filters. and that 1155 should work. i would check your s/n and and look it up.

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The '39 H's using the M/Super M filter is why Dad hung onto the '39 H so long, and the lack of Super H's on dealers lots or at auctions. The taller M/SM filter won't fit under the hyd tube or hose running back from the pump to the reservoir on SH/300/350. The last two filters I bought, a SH and an M filter did seem really expensive, one I know was over $20. Dad used BALDWIN filters for years, but he/we did 4-5 oil changes a year. I DO ONE. 

    Hard to imagine how it can be so hard to keep track of 4-5 filters that fit everything from 1939 to 1960.  Kinda like Chevy oil filters, PF-25 fits ALL except PF-35 fits all trucks except if you used a PF-35 on your car.  I actually took the filter off the township's new '74 C-65 dumptruck with 366 big block home one day and IT would have fit my 307 small block but only left me about 4-5 inches of ground clearance. That filter extended below the frame and crossmember by 2-3 inches. PF-35 was plenty big.

FL-1A fit all Ford V-8 & 6 cyl, and FL-1995 fit the Powerstroke diesel. I think some of the imported 4 cyl engines like the 1.6L & 2.0L 4 cyl OHC engines from Germany and England were different.

   I watched an episode of ENGINE MASTERS on TV, they tested the 10-12 most popular brands of oil filters in all the things they could easily test, oil psi, gpm of flow, smallest micron of filter media size. Tested all OEM filters, and 5-6 of the popular after-market filters. THE K&N Premium Performance filter had the finest filter media, flowed most GPM, lowest psi drop thru the filter, and was the one the three guys agreed would be their new favorite filter brand. Mine too! The K&N has a hex nut spot welded onto the end of the filter can, will make the filter easy to install/remove from my pickup.

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