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Old 02-27-2013, 01:43 PM
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Looking for pre pump fuel filter for stock set up

I have a stock set up - 01 f350 7.3
I won't be doing upgraded injectors or other heavy mods for awhile
So I'm just looking so a good prep pump fuel filter to mount to the chassis under the truck.

One I've seen mentioned before is dahl, I think like a dahl 160

I just want something that pulls water and junk out pre pump

So I'm not looking for a fass or air dog recommendation but others

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i would think, if you dont do the in-tank mod, then installing a pre-pump, with the oem system, in the tank, it'll be too restrictive for the stock pump.
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Go to a large truck dealer (international, cat, cummins, etc) they should have them in the parts dept. i know we do at international.
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Re: Looking for pre pump fuel filter for stock set up

Ive got a caterpillar element filter right before the pump on my truck. Saves a lot on replacing the filter above the motor

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Re: Looking for pre pump fuel filter for stock set up

I'd have to look at it to see which one it is but its a metal element that you can take out and clean instead of replacing

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You could do something like this, with the option of running a second factory pump?
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You could do something like this, with the option of running a second factory pump?
Very interesting. I dig it. You did this? or just found a picture. Because I'm thinking this might be a nice little project but am curious the benefit of adding a second pump or if one is sufficient. Thanks for the picture.
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if this is yours - where'd you get the two bases and what are the two filter numbers?
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an idea i had was a Racor diesel fuel / water separator - whats the GPH rating of our stock pumps?
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