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post #1 of 12 Old 05-16-2012, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
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Performance machine and MFG Coolant filter?

anyone running the performance machine and MFG co coolant filter system? is it a good choice or is sinesters a better option i like that the Performance MAchine's does not cut into the heater lines but is that good or bad?
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I got one. Seems to be good quality. Quick shipping. Easy install. I think the only major difference is no inline tees and hose clamps. Looks better in my opinion.

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I got one. Seems to be good quality. Quick shipping. Easy install. I think the only major difference is no inline tees and hose clamps. Looks better in my opinion.
thats what i was thinking too i know people are running Sinisters and dieselsite's coolers too and i just wondered if they are are the same as far as getting the job done or if its better to do it a different way.
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I've got the PMM coolant filter. The install was crazy easy.
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I think once the truck gets ouuta the garage again! i will be getting one of these and getting it put in before i go broke fixin it anymore
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I got a sinister coolant filter no problems.

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I have the PMM coolant filter, install is a breeze and it seems to be working by how much junk is in the filter. I also have an extra kit.

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i think i'll be ordering the pmm soon
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its a good one

i have an pmm coolant filter works great looks good and the price was better than some of the others
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I had a coolant filter already so I just bought the hose kit......its really nice and simple to install.


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