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Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar diesel
engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA



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Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar
diesel engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA




http://www.hoyetractor.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=PROD&Product_Code=104500-55710&Category_Code=

I compressed it to:
http://tinyurl.com/3bn7j7
because of the wordwrapping.

This is your exact replacement 3-pack of 104500-55710, 3 for $18
+ shipping. You can save shipping by visiting your local Yanmar Tractor
dealer, the first time. Find out what tractors these filters are used
in, then crossreference the tractor model number to a car/truck filter
from one of the usual filter manufacturers. 3 filters for $18 is pretty
cheap and I bet LOTS cheaper than the boat dealers' prices, right?

I didn't find your oil filter number even matching Yanmar's format
119305-35151 on their search engine:
http://www.hoyetractor.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
This page says to email them, with a clicker, and I bet they can get
either the proper number or the replacement for it.

I've never bought from Hoye Tractor, but I bet he has every part your
Yanmar needs, except marine transmission parts....and he can probably
order those for you, too.

God I hate the boat ripoffs. Perkins engines are just tractor engines,
too.




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On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 11:33:29 -0300, wrote:

Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar diesel
engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA


Try he

http://www.marine-naval.com/file/filter.xls
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Thanks for the information. I'll look up.

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wrote in
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Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar
diesel engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA




http://www.hoyetractor.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Screen=PROD&Product_Code=104500-55710&Category_Code=

I compressed it to:
http://tinyurl.com/3bn7j7
because of the wordwrapping.

This is your exact replacement 3-pack of 104500-55710, 3 for $18
+ shipping. You can save shipping by visiting your local Yanmar Tractor
dealer, the first time. Find out what tractors these filters are used
in, then crossreference the tractor model number to a car/truck filter
from one of the usual filter manufacturers. 3 filters for $18 is pretty
cheap and I bet LOTS cheaper than the boat dealers' prices, right?

I didn't find your oil filter number even matching Yanmar's format
119305-35151 on their search engine:
http://www.hoyetractor.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
This page says to email them, with a clicker, and I bet they can get
either the proper number or the replacement for it.

I've never bought from Hoye Tractor, but I bet he has every part your
Yanmar needs, except marine transmission parts....and he can probably
order those for you, too.

God I hate the boat ripoffs. Perkins engines are just tractor engines,
too.




These *******s keep calling me so I'm feeding them to the spambots.
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1374 E. Republic Rd.
Springfield, MO 65804
866-483-1228
417-886-7091
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877-842-3210
866-842-3278
United Healthcare
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Thanks,

The closest I can find for a 3YM30 is 3GM30, 3GM30F (27 HP). They may well
use the same filter.

Are the cross references related to an after market fabricator or supplier?

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On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 11:33:29 -0300, wrote:

Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar
diesel
engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA


Try he

http://www.marine-naval.com/file/filter.xls





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On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 17:34:07 -0300, wrote:

Thanks,

The closest I can find for a 3YM30 is 3GM30, 3GM30F (27 HP). They may well
use the same filter.

Are the cross references related to an after market fabricator or supplier?


Mann filters, W 815/80 :

http://cfpfilters.com/shopsite_sc/st..._filter_w.html

Not sure if they are cheaper or more readily available.

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On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 11:33:29 -0300, wrote:

Any one knows the filters cross references Numbers for a 3YM30 Yanmar
diesel
engine.
The Yanmar Lube filter is No. 119 305 35151 and the fuel filter is No.
104500-55710.

TIA


Try he

http://www.marine-naval.com/file/filter.xls


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On Aug 9, 10:29 am, Larry wrote:

God I hate the boat ripoffs. Perkins engines are just tractor engines,
too.



AGREED !

I have a 3QM30H. I get my filters from a local NAPA store. The store
stocks mostly for farmers. My little 3QM30 is just another farm motor
to the NAPA guy. Also the John Deere dealer has no problems getting
parts for me. Just anbother old tractor motor.

Bob

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On Sat, 11 Aug 2007 10:19:20 -0700, Bob wrote:

God I hate the boat ripoffs. Perkins engines are just tractor engines,
too.



AGREED !

I have a 3QM30H. I get my filters from a local NAPA store. The store
stocks mostly for farmers. My little 3QM30 is just another farm motor
to the NAPA guy. Also the John Deere dealer has no problems getting
parts for me. Just anbother old tractor motor.


Heh. Be glad that you are not buying parts for a Kohler genset, which
is just another Yanmar, which is just another farm motor. How about
$700 for a raw water pump that will fit in the palm of your hand with
room left over?
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On Aug 11, 10:41 am, Wayne.B wrote:

Heh. Be glad that you are not buying parts for a Kohler genset, which
is just another Yanmar, which is just another farm motor. How about
$700 for a raw water pump that will fit in the palm of your hand with
room left over?


Gad zooks !

You got to be kidding. I didnt think the USD has got that low against
the yen ............ Or mabe farmers use another brand gen.
Bob

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Wayne.B wrote in
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Heh. Be glad that you are not buying parts for a Kohler genset, which
is just another Yanmar, which is just another farm motor. How about
$700 for a raw water pump that will fit in the palm of your hand with
room left over?



Stop by your local Chevy dealer. Walk into the parts department and tell
the boy you want the distributor cap for a 1996 Chevy Caprice Classic with
4.3L V-8 engine.

This expensive POS is located BEHIND and BELOW the leaky GM water pump so
if the water pump drips, it's SURE to destroy this POS some GM engineer
figured would be a great little profit center for the company and dealers.
It's located on the BOTTOM FRONT of the engine so any road water will have
a go at it.....instead of being on top of the engine where the stupid fuel
sprayer system put it in the way.

Oh, It's around $800, last time I checked. No, that's not installed,
that's for this POS piece of GM plastic.....another reason Toyota is #1 in
America.



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