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Chamberlain CJD 895 23 Jul 2015 19:43 #160905

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Hello,
I am looking for details on how to maintain my Chamberlain CJD 895 (circa 1977).
I have had some hydraulic issues and want to know where I can get a replacement filter for the hydraulics. I have been told that the filter I have is now obsolete. Also I am not sure what hydraulic oil to use in the system. I have purchased Nulon HVI 46. Would appreciate any help.

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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 23 Jul 2015 19:53 #160906

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whats the tractor look like is a 80 series or sedan tractor as they are commonly known as or is it the older style C670 -C6100 ??

weres the filter go, we might need a picture on the Chamberlain tractors all used normal engine oil for hydraulics however cranes and backhoes would have used a different oil I would think

Paul
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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 23 Jul 2015 21:14 #160907

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Hey mate, you can just use multipurpose tractor transmission fluid in the hydraulics of these backhoes, something like Hygard or Mobilfluid 424 will suffice.
If you really want to get back to basics, straight SAE 30 engine oil is also sufficient.

As for the filters, any Donaldson dealer should be able to get you something. Perhaps theroadbossman will chime in here....

Failing that, any John Deere dealer should still be able to get you genuine stuff.

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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 23 Jul 2015 21:24 #160908

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Sanctuary, Is this what we are talking about



Some body might have a part manual for one, but if you have the filter out , take it to a place that sell filters , surely they would have one to match that would fit,

Oil, One of the hyd trans oils of any of the oil company brands
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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 14:46 #160909

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Thanks for your reply. Here is a photo of my backhoe. I think it is a Chamberlain CJD 895. Please let me know if that's correct.

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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 14:52 #160910

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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 15:01 #160911

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Great, found a new filter. Can anyone help me with which way the filter is to be placed into the housing? Which way up. The last image shows a larger opening at one end of the filter. The other end has a smaller diameter which is not recessed. Inside the housing is a spring at the bottom.



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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 19:31 #160912

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When changing the hydraulic oil, any tips from you guys on how to ensure you don't get air in the lines? Is there a way to bleed off the excess air?
I plan on draining the reservoir and then just refilling it with new hydraulic oil.
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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 19:57 #160913

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I wouldnt worry about bleeding it it will just pump the air thru in a few seconds

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Re: Chamberlain CJD 895 24 Jul 2015 19:58 #160914

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Saunctuary, Just refill and start engine at idle, it should only take 10 to 20 seconds and should be primed, it will get rid of the air out of the system it's self . The filter, big hole up I would think.
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