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Old 11-01-2011, 01:28 PM
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Pre pump filter

I was looking into doing the pre pump filter and taking screens out of the tank anybody running these? If so what brand to buy? where from? And even a good write up if it's out there
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Old 11-01-2011, 02:54 PM
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It really doesn't require a filter per say, just some sort of a screen (much like what you're going to remove, but finer is better) to keep the "chunks" from damaging the pump....

Have you seen these? _ Welcome to guzzle's In-tank Hutch Mod Web Page
Welcome to guzzle's In-tank Harpoon Mod Web Page

And another good one for dropping the tank -> Dropping Fuel Tank
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i run the driven diesel kit, with a baldwin spin on filter, had to my pickup foot was broken, i have done three trucks now with this kit for friends takes a couple hours and comes with really good instructions
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I have a lil canister style fuel filter(like used on ATV's and such) works just fine to keep items outta the pump.
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Thanks guys I was goin to piece it together but I'd just assume to spend a few extra $$ and have something name brand and have everything there. Looking at the one from strictly diesel it looking pretty straight forward and everything there.
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Old 11-02-2011, 06:58 AM
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i run the driven diesel kit, with a baldwin spin on filter, had to my pickup foot was broken, i have done three trucks now with this kit for friends takes a couple hours and comes with really good instructions
You said the pickup foot was broken I've read that several times are they easy to change and inexpensive?
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I use the ITP Pre pump filter kit, AKA Driven diesel. It was easy to install, clear instructions, worth the entrance fee for sure. I noticed my truck runs quieter now with the tank mod done. Dropping the tank is easy, 4 bolts I believe, I just used a transmission jack to lower and lift it up.
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Old 11-02-2011, 09:47 AM
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i run the driven diesel kit, with a baldwin spin on filter, had to my pickup foot was broken, i have done three trucks now with this kit for friends takes a couple hours and comes with really good instructions
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I use the ITP Pre pump filter kit, AKA Driven diesel. It was easy to install, clear instructions, worth the entrance fee for sure. I noticed my truck runs quieter now with the tank mod done. Dropping the tank is easy, 4 bolts I believe, I just used a transmission jack to lower and lift it up.
So y'all are running the pre-pump filter, but no RR and post filter? I'd like to get the entire system, but dropping $1300 right now isn't happening. Would it be ok to do the system in stages?
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So y'all are running the pre-pump filter, but no RR and post filter? I'd like to get the entire system, but dropping $1300 right now isn't happening. Would it be ok to do the system in stages?
Correct, I imagine it would be fine to do it in stages. I haven't planned on doing an RR or post filter but you never know..
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