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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Nova Scotia
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Are you running the wet oil in your truck? If so man you gotta stop that asap. Your going to do major damage to your engine if you run wet oil.
What testing are you doing for water? HPT or crackle? Are you heating your oil before centrifuge? What type of centrifuge do you have? If your not heating then I suggest you start. Heating & then centrifuging will dewater oil. It's a good pratice not matter how dry your oil is. Helps with filtering as well.
As for the Quick & Dry I know very little about it other then to say I have heard a few say it works. Can't give you any more info then that.
IMO if you have a good filtering process the quick & dry is not necessary. If the oil is really wet it may take extra passes to remove the water but it should do it.
Why is there so much water in your oil? Is it rainwater from a 55 gallon barrel? If so I would try & talk your source into putting the oil back into the cubies it came in. Makes it easier to handle & transport as well.
2001 f-350 ext.cab. 7.3 auto non dually. 262k miles. New HD tranny at 67,000 miles. Boost, EGT, Tranny temp gauges. 04/10 DIY check valve VO conversion. 20 plate FPHE,Fass HPFP set at 70 PSI,TIH, 10 micron spin on filter with coolant wrap, 150 micron prefilter, hrydraforce purge valve, 40 gallon greasecar tank with hotfox, SS braided hose to heads, Oil temp, pressure & fuel level gauges. 110K miles on grease.
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