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post #1 of 4 Old 04-20-2007, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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Insurance and Fuel Filter Question(s)??

Two separate questions, I know:

1) I've got Allstate for everything - no problems and the best rates I've found so far. I bought my '01 used and because it was over 5 yrs old, they would not allow GAP insurance on it. I'm starting to invest some money to fix 'er all up the way I want and I'm paranoid about this thing getting ripped off and not getting what I have into it back. And yes, I have an expensive alarm system. My question is are there insurance companies out there that would take a vehicle and insure it for a certain amount? I'd like to research alternatives.

2) How difficult is it to change your fuel filters? I know I've got two and I'm getting ready to hit the road for a while.
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i am not insurance savy all i know is i pay the insurnace twice a year. for your second question. teh top mounted is very simple. just put a 1/2 inch drive into teh square and itw ill turn off. teh filter will come out with teh cap. when you put teh new filter in theer make sure you wet teh oring with a little diesel fuel. and just simply do teh opposit whne you replace. very easy easier then any other fuel filter i have changed.

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With the OEM setup, the filter is not attached to the cap...they are separate.

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Get your truck appraised. Costs about $250-$350. Most insurance companies will insure your vehicle for what it is appraised at if it is done by a certified appraiser.
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