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SN 21586 SN21586 FUEL FILTER ​CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR: 301.4C (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76) CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR: 302.7D CR (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76) FORD / NEW HOLLAND EXCAVATOR: E18SR FORD / NEW HOLLAND EXCAVATOR: E70BSR JCB INDUSTRIAL 8055 KOMATSU D31PX-21
SN 21586 SN21586 FUEL FILTER ​CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR: 301.4C (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76) CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR: 302.7D CR (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76) FORD / NEW HOLLAND EXCAVATOR: E18SR FORD / NEW HOLLAND EXCAVATOR: E70BSR JCB INDUSTRIAL/CONSTRUCTION: 8055 KOMATSU INDUSTRIAL/CONSTRUCTION: D31PX-21 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
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Filter caracteristics

0.040
WEIGHT (KG)
35.000
D1 (MM)
11.200
D2 (MM)
0.000
D3 (MM)
0.000
D7 FILET 1
0.000
D8 FILET 2
71.000
H1 (MM)
68.000
H2 (MM)
0.000
H3 (MM)
 

MODELS
  • Caterpillar Excavator: 301.4C (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76)
    Caterpillar Excavator: 302.7D CR (ENG YANMAR 3TNV76)
    Ford / New Holland Excavator: E18SR
    Ford / New Holland Excavator: E70BSR
    JCB Industrial/Construction: 8055
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D31PX-21 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D37EX-21 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D37PX-21 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D39EX-21A (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D39PX-21A (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: D61EX-15 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D107E-1)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: DX37EX-21A (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC160LC-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC160LC-7K (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC200-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC200-7B (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC200LC-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC200LC-7B (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC200LL-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC220-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC220LC-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC220LL-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC228S
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC270-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC270LC-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC270LC-7MH (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC270LL-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300HD-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300HD-7L (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300HD-7MH (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300LC-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300LC-7L (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC300LL-7L (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D114E-2A)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC75R
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PC75R-2
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PW160-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PW200-7 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PW200-7H
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: PW220-7K (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA150-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA150L-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA4D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA200-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA200-5L (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA200L-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA200PT-5L (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E-2)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA250-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA250-5H
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA250PT-5 (ENG KOMATSU SAA6D102E)
    Komatsu Industrial/Construction: WA95-3
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  • AIRMAN
  • AX 18-4 PDS 70 S-4B1 PDS 90 PDS 90 S-4B1
  • AMMANN
  • ACS 30 ASC 30 ASC 50 D AV 12 E AV 12-2 AV 16 AV 16-2 K AV 20-2 AV 23 /E/K AV 26/K AV 75
  • ATLAS COPCO
  • XAS 36 YD
  • AUSA
  • D 150 AHA T 204 H TAURULIFT
  • AVANTTECNO
  • AVANT 630 AVANT 635
  • BELLE GROUP
  • 761 XP,XS
  • BENFORD
  • 3500 PS/H 3500 YH
  • BOBCAT
  • BAP 720
  • BOURGOUIN
  • CT 515
  • CASE IH
  • CK 52
  • CASE-POCLAIN
  • 15 16 23 28 31 35 CK 32 CK 38 CK 52 CX 15 CX 28
  • CATERPILLAR
  • 301.4 C 302.7 D CR
  • DOOSAN DAEWOO
  • 7/20 LSV 9 SOLAR 015 SOLAR 035 SOLAR 15
  • GEHL
  • SL 1640
  • HELI
  • CPCD 15 CPCD 25 CPCD 25 GREEN
  • HINOWA
  • HP 1200
  • IHI
  • 35 NX
  • INGERSOLL RAND
  • 7.20 R 1051 SF
  • ISEKI
  • SX 55 SX 65 SX 65 LANDMAX SX 75 SX 75 LANDMAX SX 95 SX 95 LANDMAX T 5000 T 6000 T 6500 T 7000 T 9000 TA 550
  • KOBELCO
  • SK 75 UR
  • KOMATSU
  • PC 160-7K LC PC 18 MR-2 PC 20 MR-2 PC 210-7 K/LC-NLC PC 228 US PC 240-7 LC PC 75 PC 75-1 PW 160-7K ES PW 220-7K PW 75 PW 75 R-2 PW 75-1 WA 150-5 PZ WA 150-5H PZ WA 200-5 H WA 250-5 H WA 250-5 PZ WA 320-5H WB 70 A
  • KRAMER
  • 280
  • KUBOTA
  • KX 121-2 KX 161-2 KX 61-2 KX 71-2 KX 91-2 M 105 GX III M 105 SDSC M 105 SDT M 105 SHC M 105 SHDC M 105 XDTC M 108 S M 108 SDT M 110 GX M 110 GX II M 115 GX III M 125 GX III M 128 GX II M 128 XDT M 130 X M 135 GX M 135 GX II M 135 GX III M 5040 M 5040 DT M 5040 DTH M 6040 M 6040 DT M 6040 DTH M 6040 DTHQ M 6040 DTN M 7001 P M 7001 P-KVT M 7001 S M 7040 M 7040 DT M 7040 DTH M 7040 DTHQ M 7040 DTN M 7040 DTNQ M 7040 NARROW M 8200 M 8200 C M 8200 CCS M 8200 DT M 8200 DTC M 8200 DTH M 8200 DTN M 8200 HD M 8200 HDC M 8200 SDNB M 8200 SDNBC M 8200 SDTN M 8540 DTH M 8540 DTHQ M 8540 DTN M 8540 DTNQ M 8540 DTQ M 8560 DTH M 8560 DTHQ M 9000 DT M 9000 DTC M 9000 DTCCS M 9000 DTH M 9000 DTL M 9000 DTM M 9000 DTMC M 9000 DTMCW M 9000 DTMW M 9000 HD M 9000 HDC M 9000 HDL M 95 GX III M 9540 DTH M 9540 DTHL M 9540 DTHQ M 9540 DTQ M 96 S M 9960 DTH M 9960 DTHQ ME 5700 DTH ME 5700 DTHQ ME 8200 DTH ME 8200 DTHQ ME 8200 DTN ME 8200 DTNQ ME 9000 DTH ME 9000 DTHL ME 9000 DTHQ R 420 R 420 B R 520 U 35 U 45 U 45 S U 50-3 ALPHA
  • MANITOU
  • MT 625 H
  • MILLER
  • BIG BLUE 400 X CC/CV
  • NAGANO
  • MH 08
  • NEUSON
  • 850 1001 1002 1302 RD 1402 RDV 1403-02 1404 RD 1501 1502 RD 1503 RD 1503 RDV 1503-02 1702 RD 1703 1703 RD 1902 RD 1903 RD/RDV 1903-02 2002 D 2003 RD 2202 RD 2203 RD 2203-02 2503 RDV 2701 2902 3003 RD 3402 RD/RDV 3503 RD 3503 RDV 3602 RD 3703 RD 3800 3802 WD 5002 RD/RDV 6002 RD/RDV 6502 WD 7002 H/DHK 8002 RD/RDV LIFTON 1001 LIFTON 1200 LIFTON 3501 LIFTON 850 LS 750 RF 250 TD 15 TD 15-3S TD 18 S
  • RAMMAX
  • RW 5005
  • TAKEUCHI
  • TB 045
  • TCM
  • FD 30 T6H
  • THWAITES
  • MACH 201 MACH 244
  • TORO
  • REELMASTER 4240
  • VENIERI
  • VF 1.33
  • VOLVO
  • D 1.1 DCAE4 EC 18 D EC 20 C ECR 25 DV
  • WACKER NEUSON
  • 1501 ET 18 ET 20 ET 24 EZ 17 EZ 28 TD 18 S
  • YANMAR
  • B 7 SIGMA C 50 R VIO 30 VIO 35 VIO 70 CR VIO 75 CR
  • YUCHAI
  • YC 35-8
 
CROSS REFERENCES

BTP  SN21586
HIFI  SN 21586
PF 7830 , 21/0083 , 200660 A 1 , 282211 A 1 , 3792639 , 897213-3810 , FF 5468 , 1417-120-009-00 , 8-97213381-0 , 2802946 , YM 121850-55710 , 22U-04-21260 , 1000005134 , 1000098673 , 1G311-4338-0 , 15291-4301-0 , 15291-4301-1 , 15291-4301-2 , 15831-4338-0 , 3805503 , 72165280 , DR 1582 , SK 3686 , 22S129620A , VOE 17266226 , 17266226 , 121850-55710 ,
PF7830 , 210083 , 200660A1 , 282211A1 , 8972133810 , FF5468 , 141712000900 , 8972133810 ,YM12185055710 , 22U0421260 , 1G31143380 , 1529143010 , 1529143011 , 1529143012 , 1583143380 , DR1582 , SK3686 , VOE17266226 , 12185055710 ,

 

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CSC Fitting Practice / CONCENTRIC SLAVE CYLINDERS

by brettstruck1 on 22 Dec 2022
      CSC Fitting Practice   To avoid premature failure (usually leakage) from the CSC, some basic instructions must be followed whilst handling / fitting a new Concentric Slave Cylinder. 1. Handling of new product   On removing the CSC from the packaging, do not compress the cylinder by hand to replicate the bearing movement. Some CSC’s are pre-charged with oil and manually compressing the CSC can cause damage to the internal hydraulic seal by introducing air into the CSC. Alternatively, some CSC’s may not be pre-charged with oil and manually compressing the CSC will cause the same damage by introducing air into the CSC. By compressing the cylinder in this way, the increased air pressure can cause the damage illustrated in the image. Further damage can occur to the internal seals due to excessive friction on the return stroke when manually depressing the CSC. 2. Fitting environment     The CSC has not seated squarely, and hydraulic pressure has forced the back plate out of position     New CSC – no damage to the back face plate   The area in which the CSC is positioned needs to be totally clean & free of debris. It must locate cleanly and squarely onto the gearbox case, and any rubber face seal or sealant is only used if the vehicle manufacturer’s instructions recommend it. If the CSC is not seated correctly, the back face can push out as below, which will cause it to leak and fail and is not covered by warranty. 3. Fitting     Gently slide the CSC over the gearbox input shaft and slightly rotate it to ensure the correct location on the gearbox case. Ensure the mounting surface is clean and free from any debris. No sealant should be used on the mounting surface. Torque down the mounting bolts evenly to the manufacturer’s torque specification. 4. Hydraulic Connections     There are two types of connectors: • Traditional screw in • Quick clip connector which is more common. With the traditional type, tighten the screw to the manufacturer’s specification. The quick clip connecter can be released by either pulling or pushing the retaining clip, dependent upon the type. 5. Bleeding (Purging) the system Before attempting to bleed/purge or operate the clutch, ensure that the gearbox is fully located in the fitting position. Tighten a few securing bolts to prevent any movement. This will avoid the unit from being over-stroked causing damage to the chamber seal. Flush the hydraulic system to ensure all contaminants and old sediment is removed from the system. Failure to flush the system may contaminate the new CSC and cause premature failure of the CSC which is not covered by the warranty. Bleed the system as per the vehicle’s manufacturer’s instructions. Always use the correct hydraulic fluid as specified by the vehicle’s manufacturer. Only use a pressure bleeding device if recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. PLEASE NOTE: Clutch Industries does not recommend the use of power bleeding systems, as some systems run high air pressure. This can invert or roll the internal seal resulting in immediate fluid loss Troubleshooting     Unable to select gears and no pedal (due to CSC failure). (See Image 1) The distortion to the retaining ring is a result of the bearing exceeding its maximum travel. The distorted retainer indicates that the bearing has been forced against the ring during the bleeding process. (See Images 2&3) This also damages the piston's internal seal resulting in the loss of fluid past the seal. Over-stroking during the bleeding process is the result of the clutch pedal being pumped rapidly, which doesn’t allow the cylinder to return to rest before the next pump stroke. The Solution To avoid the cylinder being over-stroked, the pedal should be depressed and then released slowly to allow the cylinder to return to rest before the pedal is depressed again. In some cases, the bleed nipple/pipe may need to be locked off after every downward stroke of the pedal, until some pressure in the system is achieved. This process may need to be conducted numerous times before some pressure is felt in the pedal. This is a common action required when bleeding the system, as an airlock can occur within the clutch master cylinder.        

WHEN WHEEL BEARINGS GO BAD

by brettstruck1 on 23 Nov 2022
  A wheel bearing is an important component of the wheel assembly that connects the wheel and axle. It allows the wheel to rotate smoothly and with minimal friction. Wheel bearings are safety-critical components that are designed to withstand radial and axial loads caused by gravitation, acceleration, braking, and cornering forces, so they must be replaced when they fail. A bad wheel bearing symptoms include: A humming, rumbling, or growling sound that becomes louder as the vehicle accelerates or turns. When the vehicle is moving, there is a loud constant whining or grinding noise. When driving over uneven road surfaces, you may hear clunks. Looseness, excessive steering wheel play (vague steering); Vibration in the steering wheel that changes with vehicle speed or as the vehicle turns; ABS isn't working properly. Failure of the ABS sensor integrated in the wheel end bearing can cause ABS system issues. It is best to avoid driving for any length of time with a worn wheel bearing, any weakness in this connection could have serious consequences for your drive-axle and steering assembly - as well as your safety. What causes wheel bearings to fail?   I. Inferior tools, such as a hammer or an impact wrench, can damage the exterior and/or interior of the wheel end bearing, causing it to fail prematurely. Furthermore, reusing old accessories such as bolts, nuts, circlips, split pins, seals, etc. instead of replacing them can cause the wheel end bearing to operate under abnormal or unsafe conditions, increasing wheel end bearing wear and the risk of a car accident. II. Driving through a pothole, driving over speed bumps, or hitting the gutters, can damage and shorten the life of a wheel bearing. III. Driving conditions can cause your wheel bearings to fail if you drive through deep water or mud. Water, mud, or other contaminants such as dust or road salt may pass through the seals and enter the bearing, polluting the grease and causing the bearings to wear out. IV. Poor heat treatment can result in premature wear and failure of wheel bearings made of low-quality materials. V.  Car modifications, such as larger or wider rims, tyres with lower thread walls, stiffer shock absorbers, and suspension springs, increase the load on the wheel bearing and can speed up wear. Stick to the rims, tires, shock absorbers, and springs recommended by the manufacturer to reduce the impact on longevity. Despite the fact that modern wheel bearings are easier to install than previous generations, proper installation, the use of appropriate tools, and adherence to the torque values specified are still required for maximum performance, durability, and safety. As a result, we recommend having your wheel bearings replaced by a professional mechanic who has the necessary skills and tools. It is critical to use high-quality parts when replacing your wheel bearings.   

SUMMER IS Radiator Leak Prevention

by brettstruck1 on 23 Sep 2022
    Radiator Leak Prevention     Radiator leaks can occur at any time, which is why it is critical to understand how to avoid radiator leaks in your vehicle. Car engines get extremely heated. This is due to the fact that an automobile's engine is powered by explosions. Even in a single minute, thousands of explosions occur only to keep your engine going and the wheels rolling. As a result, heat is produced as long as the engine is operating, and it is critical that every automotive engine be kept at the proper temperature. It should not be so cold that the engine struggles to run properly, but it should also not be so hot that it damages the engine. What Is the Radiator's Purpose?     The radiator is the cooling system of your vehicle. Its primary function is to prevent your car's engine from overheating. This is accomplished by directing heat away from the engine and into the radiator, where it is dissipated into the air. The radiator circulates coolant throughout the engine via hoses and tubes. The coolant can now be heated. The coolant then returns to the radiator, releasing heat and cooling the radiator fluid so that it may be heated again. The radiator's role is to absorb heated fluid from the engine, cool it by releasing the heat into the air, and therefore cool the engine, rinse and repeat. It is critical that the radiator continue to function while the engine is operating. That is why keeping your radiator in good working order should be one of your top concerns. Radiator Leaks: What Causes Them?   The radiator is both fluid and metal. On the interior, it looks more like a plumbing system than a monolithic cooling unit. From this, you can understand why leaks can cause so much damage and mean the end of your radiator. However, the cause of your radiator leaks could be one of several factors, and it could even be multiple factors at the same time. Rust is the most common cause of corrosion. The cooling fluid is not like water, which causes corrosion. Most coolants are even intended to prevent or slow down corrosion. However, as the coolant degrades chemically due to wear and tear, specifically the glycol breaks down and the pH level drops, it begins to cause corrosion in the system. Having low-quality coolant is one of the causes of radiator leaks. The other cause is associated with rust and other sediments that collect over time. This creates holes in the hoses, allowing coolant to flow out. Maintain And Replace Your Radiator Coolant On A Regular Basis To prevent radiator leaks, it is critical to properly schedule and follow through on radiator coolant maintenance and replacement. Radiator coolant will degrade due to wear and use. As a result, the radiator coolant must be replenished every 24 to 36 months of regular use. This ensures that the fluid traveling through your car's radiator system is effectively cooling your engine and preventing overheating. Get A High-Quality Coolant It's also critical that when you replenish your radiator coolant, you don't just pour anything labeled "coolant" in there without thinking. All coolants are not made equal. Investing in a higher-quality coolant will help your radiator operate better, live longer, prevent rust, and last longer. As a result, the lifespan of your car engine and vehicle can be extended. To Prevent Sediment And Rust Buildup, Flush The Radiator     When replacing the radiator coolant, make sure to flush out any silt, debris, or rust particles that may have gotten into the system. It is critical to flush it out with distilled water (to ensure that no minerals contribute to the buildup) to ensure that the hoses and tubes of the system are filled with only what is supposed to be there - the coolant.          

A NICE NQR75 2009 MODEL

by brettstruck1 on 22 Sep 2022
Isuzu trucks have always been renowned for their reliability. Now with the updated N Series, an intelligent system of safety features means that, more than ever before, you can rely on Isuzu trucks to protect you and other road users. Standard features on 4x2 models include autonomous emergency braking that can recognise pedestrians, a lane departure warning that sounds if the truck starts to drift, and a distance warning system to alert the driver if they’re getting too close to the vehicle in front. All this means Australia’s number one light truck is an even smarter choice

Tim Rudder is with Narelle Rudder Lunan.

by brettstruck1 on 30 Apr 2021
Finally after a huge effort the past few months the red rocket is registered and back on the road. I would like to thank a few people. My lovely wife Narelle Rudder Lunan  David Haywood Aaron Secomb Brett's Truck Parts & All Filters FUSO HINO Isuzu Nissan UD Mitsubishi. Jordan Brady Roxy Brown my dad and Steve Dunstan that don't have FB 🤣 Kev McKay for your assistance 🤣 my little girl Belinda  Red Point Kempsey and RB'S truck work shop Wauchope PS if I have forgotten anyone thank you to 🤣🤣👌🤙

BUY 4 FILTERS AND GET THE FIFTH ONE FREE

by brettstruck1 on 22 Feb 2020
* WHEN YOU CLICK OPEN THE FILTER  YOU WILL SEE  A SINGLE BUY PRICE  E.G. PART NUMBER EO26410 SINGLE BUY +$16.95 IF YOU BUY 2+ THEY ARE $15.26 EACH IF YOU BUY THE 5+ THE COMPUTOR WILL WORK OUT THE PRICE WHICH WILL EVAULATE TO THE STANDARD PRICE 4  @$16.95 LEAVING THE 5TH ONE FREE THIS WAS THE ONLY WAY TO GET THE SOFTWARE TO WORK  SO IF YOU WERE TO BUY 5 SINGLE FILTERS (OF THE SAME PART NUMBER) @ $16.95 THAT WOULD EQUAL $84.75 AND 4 @ 16.95 WOULD EQUAL $67.80 YET WHEN YOU PURCHASE THE 5 IT WILL CALCULATE AND SHOW YOU THE 5+ PRICE
 
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