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Old 08-04-2010, 10:41 AM
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Looking to do oil bypass and good choices on brands?

I am looking to do that oil bypass and coolant filtration in my 05 F-250. I already found the coolant filter on Diesel Site with some help from the good folks on here but curious about a good oil bypass system. Currently looking into the AMSoil system and using their full synthetic oil but not sure what model would be best for my truck.
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Old 08-04-2010, 11:35 AM
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FS2500 if you want a good bypass.
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FS2500 if you want a good bypass.
What makes the fs2500 better than the amsoil one....besides the huge price difference.
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What makes the fs2500 better than the amsoil one....besides the huge price difference.
It has to be better!!
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Does anyone have either of the two systems and where can I find the FS2500 to see and price the difference?
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I have only heard about the fs2500
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i will admit i am a amsoil dealer right off the bat and not lokking to sell. i personaly run the amsoil kit on my 6.0 and run the FS2500 on my excavating equipment. i have seen no difference between the kits. they both have an excellent technology behind them, and both work great on my truck and mini-excavators. i prefer the amsoil kit because of the availability, and ease of ordering. i became a amsoil prefered customer a couple of years ago to save some money. when friends of mine found out that i was running the stuff they were interested but didnt know how to get it so i became a dealer. i do it to help educate others and save myself some money. with what ever kit you go with do your home work and make sure you spend the money on the billet oil filter and oil fill caps, this makes it very easyto install. if you have any questions on the amsoil kit feel free to pm me.
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