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Old 06-21-2013, 11:44 AM
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IH (international) fuel filter part number 6.4

Who's got the part number so I can go into a international dealer and get both fuel filters. I tried calling them but i was getting frustrated on the phone lol
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Old 06-21-2013, 04:30 PM
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BUMP bump!!.....
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Are you talking about an international semi dealer? The engine your going to refer to is the maxxforce 7 but I believe the fuel filters are a bit different. They have on cartridge and one spin on fuel filter. You may have to go to a ford dealer or shop online. Remember racor filters are the makers of the oem filters. If your not in a hurry you can save a bunch by shopping online. Good luck.


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I was thinking the same

if u want a deal go to diesel filters online.com and get Racors
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Just as the others guys said shop online and buy rancor ....they are the company that makes motorcraft filters. You will save a ton of money
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Next set will be offline I've always gotten them at ford for 88 bucks I just thought international would carry them. Changed them for the first time by myself and It was a piece of cake. I do most of my own maintenance but stayed away from fuel filters because of all the horror stories from diesel bath to can't get the truck restarted or can't get frame rail filter out. Never had a problem at all. Very easy very quick. Thanks to the write up I found on here. I forget who wrote it.
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The 6.0 ones can be had from ITEC, for about half the price, but I haven't been able to find the 6.4 ones as the maxxforce 7 uses a different filtration setup.
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