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Old 03-13-2013, 06:01 AM   #1
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Filter part #'s

We just bought a 2005 Bounder with the C7. Can someone plese tell me the correct Cat part#'s for the filters. The engine should be 1R1807. I think one of the fuel filters is a 1R0751. The other fuel filter must have been supplied by Freightliner. Thanks

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1807 Oil Filter 0751 Fuel Filter ( Cat filter #s) The Fuel / Water separator LFF 91013 that is an Imperial Luber Finer# . They can cross that # over to whatever filter you want.

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Old 03-13-2013, 11:22 AM   #3
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Here is what my CAT manual lists
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Thanks: I called Freightliner and with my VIN I got the correct #'s. Biggest difference is the water separator is not the #'s that have been posted. I guess different years used different filters. Mine is a racor.
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