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post #1 of 11 Old 06-01-2008, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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A few pics. of my coolant filter

I took a few of the coolant filter install


-2003 F350 6.0 Fx4 Lariat w CLOUDRIDER grill
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intercooler tube held by zipties

Something I wanted to point out is how I vey cheesily held up the intercooler tube with zipties. I did this a few years back prior to the ccv reroute BUT I really belive it had helped with hose blowoff because it holds the tube where it shoube instead of letting it sag and load the hose and clamp in a vunerable position.

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-4.30 gearing
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-Banks turbo back exhaust
-CFM+ largemouth intake kit
-DJs Fuel Intensifier
-Dieselsite coolant filter
-BD Diesel CCV filter
-Fumoto drain
-Autometer Cobalts in woodgrain pillars.
-Powerslot Cryo rotors & Hawk LTS pads
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nice job there looks good, do these trucks need these on them what are the benefits of these

studs,egr delete(sinister),dieselsite coolant filter, nuc oil bypass, dj's fuel + regulated fuel return, sct by eric, 4in silverline no cat, isspro gauges, cat elc coolant, hids, lots of other odds and ends......
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looks good i need to do something like that on my truck just for the hell of it

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All the 6.0 gurus say it's a good thing to keep the crud out of the coolant. I believe if the oil cooler gets plugged from coolant crud then bad stuff will happen. It's a cheap addon and easy to do. And yes redstroker you SHOULD do it just for the hell of it. It's a good convesation peice under the hood.

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-SCT current tune: Quick Tricks 40hp tow w/ Jake Brake
-Banks turbo back exhaust
-CFM+ largemouth intake kit
-DJs Fuel Intensifier
-Dieselsite coolant filter
-BD Diesel CCV filter
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-Autometer Cobalts in woodgrain pillars.
-Powerslot Cryo rotors & Hawk LTS pads
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What brand did you use? Was it a kit or DIY, whats the cost and time to do?


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Dieselsite's kit for 6.0. Install takes less than an hour. I also put this stuff in the coolant. Keeps the coolant looking real fresh.

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...S&Category=570

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...PROD&ProdID=27

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-4.30 gearing
-SCT current tune: Quick Tricks 40hp tow w/ Jake Brake
-Banks turbo back exhaust
-CFM+ largemouth intake kit
-DJs Fuel Intensifier
-Dieselsite coolant filter
-BD Diesel CCV filter
-Fumoto drain
-Autometer Cobalts in woodgrain pillars.
-Powerslot Cryo rotors & Hawk LTS pads
-KYB Monomax & Ride-rite airbags
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so getting this coolant filtration will help your engine run alot better. its like an oil bypass filtration but for coolant.

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Some say Ford has left some shavings in engine block and has caused some rust and scaling issues. Just extra security.

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The casting sand from when the blocks were manufactured, has a tendencey to work its way into the coolant. The coolant filter is good insurance. I need to get one myself....alas the list never ends.

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