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Just looked at mine in the garage, "System 7016H" but still a 1690006, Sunstrand, and I do have a filter underneath. I thought so and just had to go check:D. The owners manual does list a filter and the parts manual gives a part number but like Bob said no mention of a filter change in the maintenance section. Maybe PO modified your 7016?? I am also thinking the Homelite T-16 I have has a filter too, but thats in the shed.

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All the large frame hydro tractors had filters from the factory. The Vickers hydro had the filter element in the canister, the 70s Sundstrand had the spin-on filter underneath and the 80s and 90s Sundstrands had the smaller spin-on filter on the left side of the tranaxle.

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My mistake. My 7114 has the filter on the side. New to me is the 7016 and I didn't see the filter on the side, all I saw was a blank plate where I thought the filter should be. Low and behold! It is underneath the tractor. Any idea's out there on a Napa hydro filter part #? I don't have a dealer that is to close to me. Thanks for all of the help.

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