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Old 10-27-2010, 07:57 AM
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help with electric fuel conversion

so my frp cracked so i decided to go ahead and make the conversion. well i went to order the wix base 24770 to run the 33405 and 33528 filters. well there on back order and have been for the past 3 months. what are my other options for filter and bases? any help would be greatly appreciated
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Old 10-27-2010, 08:10 AM
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here is where i got my stuff from

Wix Filter Bases: FleetFilter Secure Online Store
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nope there out to tryed them already. along with the local napa store and all. im like 0-8 on trying to find this base
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idk i bought two of them and they wernt back ordered
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ive considered cim-tek from jmesales...
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Wix 24770

try here
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Local napa was back ordered when i went back to get a new Napa filter base also. The one on the truck now leaks, i have heard they had a bad batch of filter bases that will leak and i got one of them. For my prefilter Used standyne fuel manager filter. I am thinking about getting one for my post filter also, much higher quality than NAPA IMO.

Pre-filter
33641 Stanadyne Fuel Manager FM100 Pre-filter Assembly with 3/8" NPTF ports & 4.3" 30-micron element (31865)

Post filter
33642 Stanadyne Fuel Manager FM100 Final filter Assembly with 3/8" NPTF ports & 4.3" 5-micron element (31873)

I would use both of these, much better than NAPA like i said before and and priced about the same.
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thanks for the info. i went a lil differnt route bout wont beable to tell till it arrives. the guy i talked to help alot and found filter with same micron filtering and flow rate and also a base to fit them
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Local napa was back ordered when i went back to get a new Napa filter base also. The one on the truck now leaks, i have heard they had a bad batch of filter bases that will leak and i got one of them. For my prefilter Used standyne fuel manager filter. I am thinking about getting one for my post filter also, much higher quality than NAPA IMO.

Pre-filter
33641 Stanadyne Fuel Manager FM100 Pre-filter Assembly with 3/8" NPTF ports & 4.3" 30-micron element (31865)

Post filter
33642 Stanadyne Fuel Manager FM100 Final filter Assembly with 3/8" NPTF ports & 4.3" 5-micron element (31873)

I would use both of these, much better than NAPA like i said before and and priced about the same.
says they only flow 80gph....isnt that alittle slow?
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what are the filters supposed to flow?
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