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Old 02-26-2014, 02:30 PM
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Lightbulb Efuel questions

So i have been looking at doing the efuel for a while now and read alot of posts on here about it. I may be wrong but i think i saw a write up on it a while back when someone used a SD fuel bowl for the filter and was wondering if any of you know anthing or have ever seen it. The reason i ask is that i dont really want the filters down under the truck even if a cover was made for it. Any leads to finding it or help with it would be great.
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Old 02-26-2014, 04:05 PM
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Most people choose to get rid of the fuel bowl when going to efuel to avoid future leaks and have a cleaner valley. Even SD guys do it. But if you wanted, yes am I sure you could use that setup. My filters don't hang that low, a few inches higher than the transfer case skid plate.
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Have you ever had any problems with geling up down there? What kind of cover did you make to sheild them? I didnt know if anyone else had seen that setup on the web?
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No I haven't had any problems but I haven't driven my truck much this winter. What you could do is swap out the fine filter with one a little coarser to help prevent freezing. My filters just hang there, no covers


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Ok i just didnt know how well it took to the cold weather. Did you do your own setup or was there a write up that you fallowed. I would like to find a pretty detailed one to fallow with pictures and parts list that isnt real high priced as a cost efficent and cleanly done is what iam shooting for.
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Mine is DIY. If you want pictures I could post some. There are lots of good kits out there, but you will pay for them. Mine ~650
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Ok thanks for the info, yeah could you post some pics
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here are a few different options

Electric Fuel on OBS Trucks

bill (alberta 7.3) used a 6.0 pump/filter in the stock location.
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Thanks for the pics and info guys
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