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Old 12-18-2010, 06:23 AM
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NUC motorsports oil filtration system

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I currently have the Dieselsite coolant filtration system for my truck. The filter mounts on the passenger side b/t the battery and the fan. I am looking into getting an oil bypass system and like the NuC motorsports one. the only thing is it looks like it mounts in the same place the coolant filter mounts. Does anyone have the coolant filter system and the NUC motorsports one too? If so how did you mount them together or what other options are out there. Thanks.

Trent
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Hey Trent,
Here's how I did mine. 2X2X1/8 angle. (Don't remember the length) Just measured and cut it to fit.
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Thanks so much. thats a great idea and looks good too. Appreciate the help.
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I'll try and get a better picture today. Haven't hooked up my coolant yet as I'm wanting to flush first...

Used the NUC bracket and just drilled two more holes...

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You can mount the bypass filter where ever you want. Mine is in the front right bumper. I wanted to keep the engine bay open.
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Hey Trent,
Here's how I did mine. 2X2X1/8 angle. (Don't remember the length) Just measured and cut it to fit.
do you have another bracket holding both those filters on? Meaning I see one bolt for both of the filters on that main piece.
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