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Old 08-25-2012, 05:55 PM
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I am up grading to an 2008 filter and pan,Do I need to replace/run the by pass filter any more ? thanks,Robert
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Old 08-25-2012, 06:03 PM
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mark the engineer stated No you don't need the external ..
I just did this swap and Highly suggest the Derale pan

but I am leaving the external filter for now since it was new

I also have read about folks trying to delwte the canister and replace it with the newer lines ,, but this is a pain to fit

I am thinking of making a steel tag to note that my truck has an external and internal filter ,,
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Old 08-25-2012, 06:05 PM
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I swapped to the 08 pan and internal filter and also kept my external "toilet paper" filter. It's a bypass filter anyway, so why not?
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Old 08-26-2012, 05:51 AM
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the only reason I could see is the interval on that filter change is more frequent than the pan and it's 50 bucks if you don't bargain shop

but i to will be just change it every 30 k
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the only reason I could see is the interval on that filter change is more frequent than the pan and it's 50 bucks if you don't bargain shop
ZMANN - Checkout dieselfiltersonline.com. Only $12.99 for the external filter, and it includes a new O-ring. At that price I buy a couple at a time and then change them at every fuel filter change

[NTZ09-C09B] - Ford Torqshift transmission external Transmission Filter(replaces FT145)-Includes O-ring - Diesel Filters,Additives,brake rotors, and brake pads for Chevy, Dodge and Ford Diesel Trucks
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Old 08-27-2012, 12:21 PM
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I am too scared to run that one I do not know IF NTZ is the OEM MFG ?
I go with he motorcraft one from them both internal and external LOL
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:31 PM
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I am too scared to run that one I do not know IF NTZ is the OEM MFG ?
I go with he motorcraft one from them both internal and external LOL
I recall seeing something on the Dieselsite website indicating that NTZ makes the external tranny filter for Motocraft, and the only difference is that the NTZ labeled kit comes with a new housing o-ring.

Here is another thread on the topic:

External Trans filter

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