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Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  #5394475 04/05/20 11:58 AM
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Hi,

I'm looking into buying a Champion 27ton Log Splitter from Home Depot. I would buy it in the box and assemble it myself. Always wanting "better" I was trying to upgrade the hydraulic filter. With the filters listed in the manual (pictured below) would the Fram Xg3682 (specs below) be the "best" filter to use? I've never dealt with hydraulic fluid and would appreciate your opinions and recommendations.

Thanks in advance! πŸ˜‰

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Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: SavagePatch] #5394545 04/05/20 01:08 PM
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I'd probably stick with what it recommends since it's a filter in a hydraulic system that probably has rather particular requirements, that being said the specified Wix filter has microglass filter media and is rated at a nominal 11 microns, so it's probably pretty similar to the Fram Ultra but is spec'd for this application, so I'd use it.

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Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: blufeb95] #5394595 04/05/20 02:35 PM
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@blufeb95 Good point. Thanks for looking that up. πŸ‘

Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: blufeb95] #5394666 04/05/20 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by blufeb95
I'd probably stick with what it recommends since it's a filter in a hydraulic system that probably has rather particular requirements, that being said the specified Wix filter has microglass filter media and is rated at a nominal 11 microns, so it's probably pretty similar to the Fram Ultra but is spec'd for this application, so I'd use it.

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51361 is specified, not 51631.

Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: SavagePatch] #5394669 04/05/20 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by SavagePatch
With the filters listed in the manual (pictured below) would the Fram Xg3682 (specs below) be the "best" filter to use? I've never dealt with hydraulic fluid and would appreciate your opinions and recommendations.


WIX 51361 crosses over to the Fram XG3682 on Fram's website.

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Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: ZeeOSix] #5394697 04/05/20 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by ZeeOSix
Originally Posted by blufeb95
I'd probably stick with what it recommends since it's a filter in a hydraulic system that probably has rather particular requirements, that being said the specified Wix filter has microglass filter media and is rated at a nominal 11 microns, so it's probably pretty similar to the Fram Ultra but is spec'd for this application, so I'd use it.

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51361 is specified, not 51631.

Oops, I transposed the digits.

Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: SavagePatch] #5394738 04/05/20 05:08 PM
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Check out Donaldson, Fleetguard or Baldwin they make good hydraulic specific filters as well.


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Re: Fram Xg3682 for ISO 32 πŸ›  [Re: ZeeOSix] #5396118 04/07/20 07:27 AM
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Thanks!

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