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Old 12-16-2012, 02:59 PM
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Custom fuel filters/pumps- lets see what you got!

Ok, I bought all the lines, fittings, regulator, and pump for my custom fuel system last winter.
I finally have the time to lay the truck up, and now have another vehicle to drive.

Only thing I dont have yet is the filters.
I want to run a 10 micron water seperator into a 2 micron standard filter.

I would like to see pics, part numbers, descriptions, what ever you have of your system.

Also, one of my thoughts was to use the stock HFCM as a lift/feed pump pushing fuel to my high pressure pump- with a sump off the tank.
Anyone using this method?

TIA.
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The stock pump is a high pressure unit, you cant use it as a pusher. What pump are you using? With a sump that pump should be just fine as a standalone depending on its flow ratings.
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what pump did you buy
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Holley HP Billet Fuel Pumps 12-890 - SummitRacing.com
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you will have a hard time runing that pump by itself as it is less than 55gph at 60 psi
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I have NAPA 3405 and 3528 water separator and fuel filters installed on NAPA filter bases in between my tank and HFCM, along with the factory filters so I have 4 fuel filter on my truck. If you'd like pics, I can get you some.
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I have NAPA 3405 and 3528 water separator and fuel filters installed on NAPA filter bases in between my tank and HFCM, along with the factory filters so I have 4 fuel filter on my truck. If you'd like pics, I can get you some.
That would be great!
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That would be great!
Here you go:

Napa 3405 water separator:
Fuel Filter Gasket O.D. (Inches) : 2.729"
Fuel Filter Gasket Thickness (Inches) : .255"
Fuel Filter Height (Inches) : 7.219"
Fuel Filter Inlet Thread Size (Inches) : 1-14
Fuel Filter O.D. (Inches) : 3.698"
Fuel Filter Style : Spin-On Fuel/Water Separator
Gasket I.D. (Inches) : 2.415"
Fuel Filter Gasket O.D. (mm) : 69 mm
Fuel Filter Gasket Thickness (mm) : 7 mm
Fuel Filter Height (mm) : 183 mm
Fuel Filter O.D. (mm) : 94 mm
Gasket I.D. (mm) : 61 mm



Napa 3528 fuel filter:
Fuel Filter Gasket O.D. (Inches) : 2.715"
Fuel Filter Gasket Thickness (Inches) : .25"
Fuel Filter Height (Inches) : 7.007"
Fuel Filter Inlet Thread Size (Inches) : 1-14
Fuel Filter O.D. (Inches) : 3.713"
Fuel Filter Style : Spin-On Fuel
Gasket I.D. (Inches) : 2.43"
Fuel Filter Gasket O.D. (mm) : 69 mm
Fuel Filter Gasket Thickness (mm) : 6 mm
Fuel Filter Height (mm) : 178 mm
Fuel Filter O.D. (mm) : 94 mm
Gasket I.D. (mm) : 62 mm



Both



More online info about them:

Wix 33405 & Napa 3405 Fuel Filter: FleetFilter Secure Online Store

Hope this helps.
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strictly diesel has filter bases and filters that do the job
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strictly diesel has filter bases and filters that do the job
I didn't pay for mine as my buddy worked there and got me what I needed.
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