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04 6.0 Fuel Filter Socket

Does anyone know where i can get a socket that will work for the fuel filter housing. I need to change my filters like yesterday. and cant find a socket that will work. Thanks
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Any autoparts store should have the proper Lisle "low profile" socket for $8-$9.
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that it is. i made this account when i had my old 7.3 (miss that thing btw).
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I got mine from blueovalthunder on eBay...$11.99 shipped.
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You talking about the filter under the truck right? I have a 36mm socket that works for that and the oil filters. It's a little big but it works. I just use a 1/2" drive ratchet for the top filter.
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I use a strap wrench for all three. Works awesome. One wrench three caps. Just not the crappy plastic one with the rubber strap. You want the metal style with the thick nylon web.
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I just used the ol' knuckle-buster...
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I got mine here works great
Amazon.com: Lisle 14500 Oil Filter Socket: Automotive Amazon.com: Lisle 14500 Oil Filter Socket: Automotive
or here
Lisle , 14500 Oil / Fuel Filter Socket for 6.0L Ford Diesel
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Old 02-20-2012, 08:22 AM
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Originally Posted by bismic View Post
Any autoparts store should have the proper Lisle "low profile" socket for $8-$9.
Yep, it's the oil fuel filter socket for 6.0 engines by Lisle (part #14500.) It makes life really easy!

http://www.lislecorp.com/divisions/p...n=1&category=9

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