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Pre pump filter

I was looking at the single filter set up from Strickly diesel, the found a dual set up using a 8micron/ water sep filter followed by a 2micron filter. Which one would be the better set up to use?

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for a pre pump you just need small enough to protect the pump but not so small that the pump is workin its tale off. i wish i could find one with like a 10 micron removable, cleanable screen for a pre pump
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The dual setup is overkill if you're going to be leaving the factory fuel bowl in place.



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Nope getting ride of stock fuel bowl and going with the Strictly diesel fuel bowl delete with rr kit, banjo bolts and adding their post pump fuel filter kit. Was wanting to add a pre pump filter too.

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Might want to take into account how available the filter replacements are, I haven't looked at the one with the water separator and prepump filter setup, but if your removing the fuel bowl def gonna want a water separator.


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The single pre pump filter from stickly is a water sep filter. Then it would be a 2 micron filter after the pump.
Now the other set up would be three filters, two before the pump and one after.
As far a replacements that shouldn't be a problem, just order off line in bulk if need be.

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The single pre pump filter from stickly is a water sep filter. Then it would be a 2 micron filter after the pump.
Now the other set up would be three filters, two before the pump and one after.
As far a replacements that shouldn't be a problem, just order off line in bulk if need be.
Yeah I was just thinking more along the lines of checking to see if your local parts store might have cross reference filters in case they go out of business or discontinue selling the product.


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Oh, then just do one pre pump and one post pump.



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Ahhh I see what your sayen now, well they are Baldwin filters so they shouldn't be that hard to find at a parts store if not I would have to get a cross reference one.

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That's what I was thinking but was wanting to make sure.

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