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I would suggest everyone check the hydraustatic drive circuit on your CR90*0 filter to ensure the the filter housing is installed correctly. Our filter housing was installed backwards, forcing oil through the filter inside out, and preventing the bypass from opening in the event of a surge or filter restriction. Our filter was installed backwards, the filter failed, and filled the entire hydrostat with filter material. The arrow on the filter housing should face the front of the combine. Took an entire day to clean the control head and orfices in the charge pump.
 

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Sorry, 08 or later CR's with the hydraustic filter on the side of the machine rather than up on the hydro unit.
 

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Our combine was an 09'. It has one rubber line and one steel line. Turns out it was never fully updated because our our local dealer didn't do any of the winter campaign's that were put out!! Suprise, suprise, they have never done anthing that they were supposed too. Don't really see how 2' of 1" 3000psi hose is going to allow enough expansion to provide protection to the system. Wonder if this was the fix because a few filter housing were installed wrong, caused problems, but nobody knew what was really happening??

Also had the phonic wheel come loose on the end of the camshaft last week!
 

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The 2009 should have came out with rubber lines. The steel lines got replaced because the vibration would blow the filter off. Was this a dealer parts combine.
 
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