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post #1 of 7 Old 11-04-2011, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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This is for anyone who has changed the lower fuel filter or removed their bed. I will pay very good money to who ever can prove to me that they beat the Sh** out the engineers who designed the above components. First as we all know the primary fuel filter/water sep sucks to change. Second I ended up welding 3/4 nuts to my bed bolts to get them out. So since the economy is bad I thought I would just put this out there for anyone in need of money.
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I'll throw in a few extra dollars on that one too.
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Primary fuel filter is easy. You just need about 2 feet of extensions and the proper size socket. Comes right off. I thought it was easier than my 6.0. Had to use a filter wrench on mine for some reason. So i'll send you my paypal address and you can shoot that reward over. Hahahaa

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Primary fuel filter is easy. You just need about 2 feet of extensions and the proper size socket. Comes right off. I thought it was easier than my 6.0. Had to use a filter wrench on mine for some reason. So i'll send you my paypal address and you can shoot that reward over. Hahahaa
no reward for removing the filter......required handing out an azz whipping to the designer


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Thank you.
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post #6 of 7 Old 11-07-2011, 06:01 PM
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Mine didnt give me much trouble at all.

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It's not that bad too change. But it's about to get a lot easier for me once I install the Air Dog II kit.


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