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Old 06-01-2013, 06:33 AM
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Possible in-line DieselSite Coolant filter

Got my filter kit yesterday and was wondering if there is a place i can put it inline instead of the bypass. also why are there 2 in ports and 2 out ports?
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I may be misunderstanding you question with the inline instead of by-pass (I'm sorry! I'm still learning!) but we make our system a bypass so that if the filter clogs, everything will still function as normal and your coolant will still flow. I would wait before trying anything like that until you call and talk to Bob or John to see if it's possible or recommended.

We design our housing with two of each port so that it can be customized with other applications and configurations. Some people choose to mount in different locations than our instructions and the two port options allow this for them. I think you can stick temperature gauges in there too...
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Old 06-01-2013, 08:36 AM
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alright i thought it might work like yalls trans filter
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