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Old 09-07-2010, 06:28 AM
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What do you think about this eBay find, bypass oil filter kit with anodized caps.

FORD 6.0 POWERSTROKE BYPASS OIL FILTRATION FILTER KIT 3: eBay Motors (item 250686006934 end time Sep-20-10 10:41:55 PDT)

looks like a pretty good kit
not to mention the cool anodizing
doesn't leave much room for a coolant filter mount which i plan on soon
but i like the bracket it uses and i can always finr another place for the coolant filter
maybe right next to it

let me know what you think
if anybody has this kit on their truck truck that would be awesome too

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NUC makes a good kit. Many on the org run them. There ad says you can extend your oil changes, but unless an oil analysis says so I wouldn't. Our HPOP shears the oil to much to extend that far...
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yea its a good kit, but it is $400!
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NUC makes a good kit. Many on the org run them. There ad says you can extend your oil changes, but unless an oil analysis says so I wouldn't. Our HPOP shears the oil to much to extend that far...
yeah, no way, not planning on extended them, still every 5000

cheap insurance
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Old 09-07-2010, 08:30 AM
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yea its a good kit, but it is $400!
well i think its worth it to me
cheap insurance
400 doesnt begin to cover labor to do anything to the engine
even if it would cover the labor it doesnt begin to cover the cost of parts
just my thoughts
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Old 09-07-2010, 08:38 AM
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This is my kit. A bit cheaper and it's just as good quality wise as the NUC.

Oil Charge Systems - Bypass Oil Filter 6.0 Powerstroke* (ocspsb) AND (OCSPSBA)SEE BUY PRODUCT PAGE TO PURCHASE
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Old 09-07-2010, 09:04 AM
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This is my kit. A bit cheaper and it's just as good quality wise as the NUC.

Oil Charge Systems - Bypass Oil Filter 6.0 Powerstroke* (ocspsb) AND (OCSPSBA)SEE BUY PRODUCT PAGE TO PURCHASE
nice kit
good pricing too
i like that you offer a value kit for those that cant afford bling
personally i like the anodizing and it comes with a fuel filter cap too
no offense
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When I say my kit, not mine as I make them. Just the one I use. When I bought mine they didn't offer the aluminum caps. I was skeptical how they'd work, but with now over a year into having them nothing so far so good. And when they say lifetime warranty they mean it. My guage broke and I called them up. Few days later one was delivered to my door...
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This is my kit. A bit cheaper and it's just as good quality wise as the NUC.

Oil Charge Systems - Bypass Oil Filter 6.0 Powerstroke* (ocspsb) AND (OCSPSBA)SEE BUY PRODUCT PAGE TO PURCHASE
Thats a nice set up but wouldnt work with Coolant Filter set up. Bummer
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Yea it will. Dieselsite sells their coolant kit with a frame mount option....
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