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6.0 Coolant Filtration System

I just bought the Coolant Filtration System from Dieselsite. com. Anyone have one of these things??? I think it is a good idea. I know the 2006 Mack Gratine i drive has coolant filters on it. What do you all think about it?? Or did i piss my money away.

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I know there are a couple people that use them and I don't think that they're a bad idea. Cleaner is better IMO


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I know there are a couple people that use them and I don't think that they're a bad idea. Cleaner is better IMO

Yea thats what im thinking. It cant hurt anything.

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I dont like were it mounts. Is there any other mounting places???

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Where's it suppose to mount? I thought I saw one mounted to on the passenger side of the radiator?


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It does mount there. I wanted to mount my amsoil filter kit there. Maybe i will just mount the amsoil kit on the frame. Could i mount the coolet filter on the frame or is that to far for the coolant to travel??

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here is where it mounts
6.0L Coolant Filter Kit
go to Images

Were i wanted to mount amsoil.
POWERSTROKEHELP.COM - The Information Source for Ford Power Stroke Diesel Owners
Go to like the 3min. mark on the video and it will show you the mounting place.

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Put it on, and run it for a thousand miles or so, take it off and cut it open and you will see that it was a good idea.
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I was gonna order one from dale @ Tymar when I find the extra cash. His kit was pretty much identical only $45 cheaper.

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