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Old 08-06-2010, 12:33 PM
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The best way to filter oil....NOT!!!

Just saw this on youtube and it cracked me up! Maybe you guys will get a kick out of it like I did


lets see in the past 3 weeks I have burned over 100 gal pulling my camper around. Hmmmm how long would it take to make 100 gal a sauce pan at a time?!

I like my CF!!

Ok good for you dude doing this in the laundry room. I guess anything is better then nothing? I would pump the oil from the fist pan to the sock rather then pouring it. pouring makes a big mess.
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Old 08-06-2010, 01:20 PM
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wow, no words. mgith be more feasablein a small car, but a 16mpg psd? he must never sleep...
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Old 08-06-2010, 01:21 PM
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a fuge will fit in there. looks like he has the cieling space...
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Old 08-06-2010, 02:46 PM
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wow, no words. mgith be more feasablein a small car, but a 16mpg psd? he must never sleep...



im a 14mpg psd tho



well glad hes got a system down, but theres improvement to be made.
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Old 08-06-2010, 03:14 PM
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wait. how is his truck setup for this??????????????????????
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Wow, just a couple thoughts.
1) Ditch the PSD, That systems volumes are bettered suited to a a Jetta or Rabit!
2) He should find a co-op to clean his oil properly
3) Instead of wasting time on youtube, maybe he should find this site and learn how to build a better system than that.......


But whatever works for him, is fine by me.

It has always bugged me to view things like that. Over-simplified solutions to a complex problem makes people more rediculous than this clown do even dumber things. The next jerk off will over siplify this under engineered system and the cycle repeats until you see a youtube video about an on-board filtering system with spin on filters pumping out of a dumpster. He would be the same individual to be running his mouth about how VO doesnt work.

Oh, another thought, does this guy even have a two tank system? I was just waiting for him to mention this is the first part of his DSE scret reccipe!

Rant OFF......
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Old 08-09-2010, 07:47 AM
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i was wondering the same thing, if hes using the second underbed tank with nothing else.
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