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I am planning on doing the reg. return mod "soon", I would like to delete my fuel bowl, but I don't really know where to look for post pump filter options. For those of you that have gotten rid of the fuel bowl, what have you done for the post pump filter? Pictures of mounting options on a Ext. Cab may be useful too. Thanks for the help.
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run 2 filters, one pre pump and one post pump. pre 10micron post 2mircon iirc

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run 2 filters, one pre pump and one post pump. pre 10micron post 2mircon iirc
Right, I already have the pre pump filter and pre pump mods done. Looking for the next step. I know that 2 micron is recommended, but what setup and filter is everyone running and where is it located. On my framerail real estate is at a premium. Between the pre-pump filter, the CCV catch canister, and the other factory stuff I don't have too much more room. I'm just not very knowledgeable on what is available and how to set something that important up. Thanks.
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