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Old 04-28-2012, 01:09 PM
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Powerstroke 6.0L Coolant Filter Kit???

Is this a good one to get???
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Is which one a good one to get?

I run the PMM coolant filter. I like it because it doesn't require any cutting of the existing hoses like the other kits. However, at the end of the day a coolant filter is a coolant filter. They all filter your coolant the same.
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I just put this one on my truck also a few days ago, nice looking product.
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Ive got the PMM kit. Very nice looking and remarkably easy to install.
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I'm running the run from Dieselsite, Sinister is another great option. All of these are about the same, make sure you use a dry 'un-charged' filter, and avoid issues.
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I'm running the sinister kit and I love it, looks great under the hood too!


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Is which one a good one to get?
Oops forgot the link! lol

Ford Superduty Powerstroke 2003-2007 6.0L Coolant Filter Kit
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I'm running the run from Dieselsite, Sinister is another great option. All of these are about the same, make sure you use a dry 'un-charged' filter, and avoid issues.
What kind of issues? is the PMM kit and "un-charged" filter?
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I don't know it looks like it would be a pain in the a** to get to the lower cac boot with that set up on there, with my sinister it is easy to get to the clamps with the filter on and the whole assy. where it mounts.
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What kind of issues? is the PMM kit and "un-charged" filter?
That one is ok
Here is a list of NON-charged filters.

Fleetguard WF-2077
Baldwin B5089 (shorter version)(this one is less expensive than the long version)
Baldwin B5134
John Deere RE11992
Caterpillar 9Y4528
Cummins 3300721
Wix 24070
NAPA 4070
AC-Delco WF-108
Fram PR3383
Donaldson P554685
Alliance (Freightliner) WF2077

2 stroker
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