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    Hino 135 element type oil filter number?-gctid373464

    The numbers I got from the Hino database don't seem to be valid here in Sidney, BC. The guy at Lordco tried both with no luck. I've been searching the forum and now have 5 possible part numbers:
    • Hino OEM #15607-1490
    • Quicksilver/Mercruiser #83607-1490
    • 156007490
    • S-156071490
    • Izuzu #1878102600




    Can anyone clear this up?

    I'm also still confused about the location of the bolt that is supposed to allow the oil in the filter to drain down to the sump. I've seen pics of a hand pointing a pen at a large horizontal bolt below and on the right side of the filter cannister base and also a drawing that shows a smaller vertical bolt on the left side at the base of the cannister. Which is it?
    Paul
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    Bodie wrote:
    The numbers I got from the Hino database don't seem to be valid here in Sidney, BC. The guy at Lordco tried both with no luck. I've been searching the forum and now have 5 possible part numbers:
    • Hino OEM #15607-1490
    • Quicksilver/Mercruiser #83607-1490
    • 156007490
    • S-156071490
    • Izuzu #1878102600




    Can anyone clear this up?

    I'm also still confused about the location of the bolt that is supposed to allow the oil in the filter to drain down to the sump. I've seen pics of a hand pointing a pen at a large horizontal bolt below and on the right side of the filter cannister base and also a drawing that shows a smaller vertical bolt on the left side at the base of the cannister. Which is it?
    I just grabbed the Hino filter box sent to me by North Harbor in Anacortes, WA and the number is S1560-71490. As to the bolts there are two- the 'bolt within a bolt' on the very top of the cannister of which the smaller is a vent, and then the larger vertical bolt you reference located just aft of the cannister. For what it's worth, Dean

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