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Old 03-13-2010, 09:47 AM

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Any one have pics on a coolant filter

i heard of guys making ther own coolant filter & was wondering if they might have step by step pics or part numbers,

thinking of doing my own,

just want to think u guys for the help, this sight would not be that great if it wasnt for the help u guys give each other,


05 F-350 crew cab long bed, 4x4, afe, levelling kit, straight pipe
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Old 03-13-2010, 12:05 PM
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I order my Baldwin filters for my M35A2 from B-Line Filter&Supply, Inc: Providing Exceptional Service Since 1973. Last oil change on the deuce I ordered the filter base and 2 coolant filters. The same ones the vendors sell in their kits. That will get you started. I got most of my fittings from Grainger. I got the exact same ball valves the dieselsite setup has. They have a male on one end and a female on the other for a nice compact valve setup. I'm running a y-fitting from NAPA into the heater hose with 5/8 hose to the base and 3/8 hose off the base to a T-fitting for the degas bottle. Get the ball valves, hose fittings, and plugs from Grainger. I used the plastic T and Y fittings from NAPA along with their heater hose. I just finished installing it today and will be changing the first filter in 500 miles. Remember to use the teflon tape liberally and crank down your fittings tight! I did and still had a small leak at a plug.
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