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nielsorj
10-18-2006, 07:24 PM
The part number for a hydro filter (for a 2006 Super Z) is 783936, which is a Filtration Product Corp filter FPE30-25N. I was just on a Wix website and found that part FPE30-25N crosses to a WIX 51553. The Advance Auto Parts website shows a Wix 51553 is $10.99 and the Hustler dealer price for the FPC filter is $11.29. Not much of a difference in price,but if you're not near a dealer, might be something to consider.

Here's the link: http://www.wixfilters.com/filterlookup/ResultsExact.asp?PartNo=fpe3025n&Submit=Search

Ron

n2ma
03-15-2011, 01:00 AM
Thanks so much. I was just at the auto parts store getting gallons of oil, filters etc. I like a one stop shop for all filters instead of running to 5 different places.

rx7145
03-19-2011, 10:18 PM
I took my (old) filter to NAPA yesterday and they crossed it to a NAPA p/n: 1551 witch is the same filter as you posted but 10 micron.

I wonder what the OEM filter micron rating is? :confused:

mowerconsultant
03-25-2011, 03:57 PM
I took my (old) filter to NAPA yesterday and they crossed it to a NAPA p/n: 1551 witch is the same filter as you posted but 10 micron.

I wonder what the OEM filter micron rating is? :confused:

Hydraulic Filters
Hustler Part Number for Z Hyd. Filter 768341 (40 micron).
Super Z hydraulic filter 783936 (25 micron).

ALAYMAN
05-16-2011, 10:31 AM
Hydraulic Filters
Hustler Part Number for Z Hyd. Filter 768341 (40 micron).
Super Z hydraulic filter 783936 (25 micron).


Was told by a Wix rep that the 768341 part number would be replaceable by the end of the year (Wix# 57371), but not currently available.

n2ma
03-18-2012, 12:07 AM
Why does Hustler have an odd micron size?
Per Wix website:
http://www.wixfilters.com/filterlookup/results.asp?PartNo=783936&Submit=Search
The 783936 OEM filter crosses to the 51551 (10 Micron)
Why would it not be better suited to use a 51552 to be closer to OEM spec of 25 micron?
The 51551 is a very common filter. I can't imagine letting my hydro system run from 50 to 500 hours without a change. A 51553 would have better filtering but with less flow.

mowerconsultant
03-22-2012, 11:55 AM
Why does Hustler have an odd micron size?
Per Wix website:
http://www.wixfilters.com/filterlookup/results.asp?PartNo=783936&Submit=Search
The 783936 OEM filter crosses to the 51551 (10 Micron)
Why would it not be better suited to use a 51552 to be closer to OEM spec of 25 micron?
The 51551 is a very common filter. I can't imagine letting my hydro system run from 50 to 500 hours without a change. A 51553 would have better filtering but with less flow.

Its what our system is designed to work with, I would stick with OEM spec for the best performance.