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Old 08-17-2009
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I couldn't find what you were talking about?
Tom here's the info from that thread

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-1 spin-on high pressure filter element BB #2122026, Parker #925835, Donaldson #P170073
-1 “O” Ring for high pressure filter element BB #2137024
-3 reservoir filter elements BB #2138246, Nelson #83284D, Donaldson #P550698, WIX #57317

With these filter numbers I would think one could contact a supplier and ask them to confirm that the High Pressure filter comes with the required O ring
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I believe this may have been discussed before but have not got the post. However the high pressure O ring does not come with the filter element. The filter slips inside the filter canister and the O ring is inserted on the top of the canister and it is then screwed onto the top which is secured to the coach. Thats the best I can do for now but am looking for the supplier now and may have it soon.
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Default Nitrile or Fluoroelastomer, that is the question

The canister system on the hydraulic fan is a Parker 30P High Pressure Filter assembly. The Parker Nitrile O-ring part number is N92151. There is also a Fluoroelastomer O-ring that is the same size with a V prefix instead of an N. I just ordered five of the Nitrile version from our local Parker distributor. 2 are spoken for, so if anyone want's one- let me know. As Rob has said before, there are several cross references for the high pressure filter- Baldwin #PT8498; Fleetguard #HF7795; Wix #57125; Parker #925835 and Donaldson #P170073. The stacked filters in the oil sump are also easy to find. I used Wix #57317.
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The canister system on the hydraulic fan is a Parker 30P High Pressure Filter assembly. The Parker Nitrile O-ring part number is N92151. There is also a Fluoroelastomer O-ring that is the same size with a V prefix instead of an N. I just ordered five of the Nitrile version from our local Parker distributor. 2 are spoken for, so if anyone want's one- let me know. As Rob has said before, there are several cross references for the high pressure filter- Baldwin #PT8498; Fleetguard #HF7795; Wix #57125; Parker #925835 and Donaldson #P170073. The stacked filters in the oil sump are also easy to find. I used Wix #57317.

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Nitrile will do
fluoro orings are for nasty chemicals
oil is not nasty just dirty
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The canister system on the hydraulic fan is a Parker 30P High Pressure Filter assembly. The Parker Nitrile O-ring part number is N92151. There is also a Fluoroelastomer O-ring that is the same size with a V prefix instead of an N. I just ordered five of the Nitrile version from our local Parker distributor. 2 are spoken for, so if anyone want's one- let me know. As Rob has said before, there are several cross references for the high pressure filter- Baldwin #PT8498; Fleetguard #HF7795; Wix #57125; Parker #925835 and Donaldson #P170073. The stacked filters in the oil sump are also easy to find. I used Wix #57317.
Sump Gasket Number other than Bluebird? BB #2138261
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Curt- the O-ring that I'm talking about is the one that fits inside the lip of the spin-on high pressure aluminum canister that hangs off the frame in the street side tag axle wheel well on your coach. On the '85, the canister is located behind the big radiator fan and is mounted to the frame rail. The BB # that I had was 2137024. Parker #N92151 should be a replacement for that BB#. We'll see for sure when it gets here next week!

I think that the o-ring you are speaking of is the one under the lid of the 5 gallon oil sump. Please check and let me know for sure.
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Curt- the O-ring that I'm talking about is the one that fits inside the lip of the spin-on high pressure aluminum canister that hangs off the frame in the street side tag axle wheel well on your coach. On the '85, the canister is located behind the big radiator fan and is mounted to the frame rail. The BB # that I had was 2137024. Parker #N92151 should be a replacement for that BB#. We'll see for sure when it gets here next week!

I think that the o-ring you are speaking of is the one under the lid of the 5 gallon oil sump. Please check and let me know for sure.
Yes, the sump lid gasket.
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When I got the new o-ring from Parker, I took it down to the Caterpillar hose shop in Harrisburg and they were able to match it up with an O-ring that they stock for Cat equipment. The part number is 119-7844 and is printed on the o-ring. The package has number 1 1197844 1008477. So far, this was the least expensive source too. they ran $2.10 apiece. Before you start changing the filters, visit or call your local Caterpillar parts desk and see if they can get one for you. When we changed my filter, the old one was smashed pretty good. It held up enough for me to get home, but I'll be changing it out and replacing it with a new one before our next trip.
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Shane,

I have been trying to get one from Parker with no success. I will try my local Cat place today. We will probably be coming to Hershey for the large car show early in October, plan on bringing the BB to stay in.

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