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Old 07-05-2008
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Default CAT 3208NA Filters

Caterpillar 3208NA AIR, OIL AND FUEL FILTERS

POWER STEERING RESERVOIR (1)
85430 (CARQUEST)
1430 (NAPA)
51430 (WIX)
LP176 (LUBERFINER)

CAT ENGINE GLASS WATER SEPARATOR (1)
LFF 1131 (LUBERFINER)
8N9803 (CAT)
FIL3369 (NAPA)
33369 (WIX)

CAT ENGINE FUEL FILTER (1)
LFF 3347 (LUBERFINER)
33528 (WIX)
3528 (NAPA)
1R0750 (CAT)

CAT ENGINE OIL FILTER (2)
LFP 5570 (LUBERFINER)
1268 (NAPA)
51268 (WIX)
9N-5570 (CAT)

CAT ENGINE AIR FILTER 3208NA (1)
LAF506 (LUBERFINER)
2914 (NAPA)
2N1990 (CAT)
42914 (WIX)


http://www.luberfiner.com/

http://www.wixfilters.com/

http://www.napaonline.com/


Please reply to this post with any additional filter part numbers that you have for the CAT 3208 engines
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The engine oil filter# is PH3519A and the fuel is P1104
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The engine oil filter# is PH3519A and the fuel is P1104
John,

What is the brand name on those filters?
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Do you find this square filter problematic in sealing especially in cold weather? The original equipment manufacturer for that part was Stanadyne. John Deere and Cat had issues with sealing and air leaks into the fuel system. Would be better to discontinue use of that and use a spin on remote filter head such as the Fleetguard FS1242B head and filter assembly.
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this might be stupid....

But when looking on the website, the oil filters.
One says spin on, one says slip on.

Does it matter?

Thanks
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this might be stupid....

But when looking on the website, the oil filters.
One says spin on, one says slip on.

Does it matter?

Thanks
~T
Get your engine #s and go to Cat. Their prices on filters are good and they will be right.
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this might be stupid....

But when looking on the website, the oil filters.
One says spin on, one says slip on.

Does it matter?

Thanks
~T
Tina,

Give us an example of exactly what you are referring to.
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I was looking at the NAPA website earlier.

Here's a link....I see it says "spin on"

http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/Re...Dp%3d3%26N%3d0

But I swore I saw something that said "slip on"

So wondered what the difference was...However, I do not see it now.
Me think maybe my tired eyes are playing tricks on me. I don't know

been a weird few days.

Sorry for the confusion.

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The metal style oil, fuel and external transmission filter (If so equipped) on our early FC's with the Cat 3208's are spin on type. It looks like Ziegler Caterpillar is way down in Altoona which is not close so you can either order them online or go to your closest NAPA store in Marshalltown or over near Ames and get the filters you need from them. I am currently using CAT filters only because I had them already but I have used both NAPA and Baldwin filters in the past.

If you do decide to use CAT filters make sure that you have both your engine serial number and arrangement number with you when you go to get them, I would call first before going to any of the stores to make sure they have what you want in stock.

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Sucking air. Where is water seperator?
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