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Hino Database 27 Apr 2017 14:40 #26

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www.fuelfilter-crossreference.com/convert/BALDWIN/BF1204

You can also walk into a NAPA store and they will cross it to a NAPA gold filter- may take a few days to get in dependent upon the exact NAPA store you visit.
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Hino Database 23 May 2017 15:00 #27

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Does anyone have part#'s and suggested supplier for Hino EH700 engine hoses? I see belts listed in the database, but not hoses.

UPDATE: looking at the parts diagram and list here:https://www.marinepartssupply.com/book/18/632/
There appear to be 4 hoses per engine...drawing part#'s 9, 36, 50, and 51.

Drawing P/N Description Qty Price
50 SZ92034116 HOSE,WATER 2 46.66 (NHD 38.97)
36 SZ92034044 HOSE,WATER 2 28.50 (NHD out of stock)
9 SZ92034135 HOSE,WATER 2 52.34 (NHD 35.54)
51 SZ92034042 HOSE,WATER 2 13.07 (NHD 8.50...update: out of stock)
SubTotal 281.14

Does this list look correct? By any chance, is there a less expensive supplier for these?

UPDATE 2: Called North Harbor Diesel (877-293-5551) that I've seen mentioned a lot, and they had a little better prices (but no stock of one hose)....prices listed above. Total price between both places (getting 2 each of the 3 hoses that NHD had in stock, and 2 each of the 1 hose only Marine Parts Supply had) is 223.02, before shipping. I'm of course assuming those are the only 4 hoses per engine.

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Hino Database 19 Jun 2017 23:21 #28

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I didn't want to post these part numbers until I installed the hoses on an engine.

For the 90 degree and straight hose pieces from the manicooler to the engine block, you can get enough pieces for both engines (2 90's and 2 straight) from Dayco Hose part# E72257 (approx. $32 at time of purchase)
For the oil cooler to block hose (short, slight bend) you can 2 pieces (1 per engine) from Dayco Hose part# B70797 (approx. $8 at time of purchase)

I cut to fit with a straight razor. I've run in the slip to temp in gear with no issues. If there are any issues with long runs this summer, I will report back. Reference pictures on where to cut hoses attached.



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. . .It places the lotion in the Basket. . .and that basket happens to be in a 1987 Bayliner 3870 w/ Hino 175's
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Hino Database 25 Sep 2017 21:21 #29

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hi I have a 4 cylinder hino that has a delay in the transmission also bad vibration at idle in gear believe its the W04D engine, pulled shaft and prop, prop shop says no big problem with shaft and or prop. Any help would be great and info on damper plate as well

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Hino Database 27 Sep 2017 01:54 #30

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Hi speckaroo,

I replaced both my damper plates with ones from Centa. Mike from Harbor Marine was very helpful in making sure I had the right parts to do the job. The rattle is gone...Yeah!

The Centa plates don't have springs

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Hino Database 29 Sep 2017 23:30 #31

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I just changed the fuel filters on my 1991 4588 today. The Database says a NAPA 3393 is the one to use. I can positively confirm that that filter is much too small. The correct fuel filter for a WO6-TI is a NAPA 3398. There is another filter, of the same diameter, the 3343, but it is too long and the injector pump mounting bracket keeps it from aligning, so it won't screw on.

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