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post #1 of 23 Old 09-13-2011, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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diy coolant filtration

alright I have searched and searched cant find anything. can anyone post up pics on how you set up your coolant filtration system. what hose connects where etc. Also is it worth me trying to do it myself or just buy a kit like sinnister or dieslesite.
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anyone wanna chime in
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personally i would just buy the diesel site kit. It comes with all the necessary parts, instructions and an easy install.

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personally i would just buy the diesel site kit. It comes with all the necessary parts, instructions and an easy install.
are you running that filter
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are you running that filter
yea. Great kit and great quality

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Dieselsite coolant filter setup in top notch and not overpriced. I'm running it and also highly recommend it (and dieselsite as a whole, everything I ever gotten from them has been great)
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Where does the dieselsite coolant filter tee into? I'm looking to buy one but am wondering what all the install involves.
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Look at their site, they have pictures and it might show.



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I didn't see any good pics and didn't see any install instructions
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Yea sry. I knew they did on 7.3s though. Sry.



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