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post #91 of 198 Old 05-09-2016, 01:05 PM
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I don't think "they" make dummy filters at all, they're all homemade.....so I don't see any reason why that wouldn't work. There's more than one way to skin a cat.

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Let me correct that I know Ford won't make any but nobody else does? I know almost nothing about fuel pumps so how do you make a dummy filter, just gut the filter part?


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From what I've seen yes that's exactly what you do. Take the guts out of the filter that need to be in place to operate check valves. The 6.0/6.4 ones can be done with a small piece of PVC, I haven't seen anyone dummy a 6.7 pump yet (doesn't mean they haven't though).

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I guess I could do that, but I'd still have to buy the 6.7 filters... I think I'm going to bypass the engine mounted fuel filter housing when I do mine so I need a smaller micron filter somewhere at a minimum. @Merc82 you have any pics of yours?
Yup @Fox Hunt check out post #75 . Everything is working flawless so far. That is with a CAT 2 micron, that makes up for my deleted secondary filter. The thought has passed my mind to "shunt" the 6.7 filter and add another spin on. The 6.7 filter is one hell off a filter to my understanding though. The filter kit is only $53 and the cat filter is $35, so not a huge deal in a price for a filter change.

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My 6.7 fuel pump instal

But if I buy a 6.7 kit and one Cat filter I'm looking at over $80 right? If I remember correctly the Cat 2 micron and the cat water separator filter was about $50 on eBay.

Ps the pic won't load on my phone. May have to check at home

Edited: double checked eBay and found the Donaldson equivalent of the Cat filters for $41
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But if I buy a 6.7 kit and one Cat filter I'm looking at over $80 right? If I remember correctly the Cat 2 micron and the cat water separator filter was about $50 on eBay.

Ps the pic won't load on my phone. May have to check at home

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Gotcha, I bought the filter and head off Amazon, I think it is a pretty common filter head because I think it fits a couple of other filters such as a Donaldson or a Baldwin IIRC. I just choose the CAT filter because it is huge and well, to be honest.... Just looks cool . There is a shorter version of it though.

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Gotcha, I bought the filter and head off Amazon, I think it is a pretty common filter head because I think it fits a couple of other filters such as a Donaldson or a Baldwin IIRC. I just choose the CAT filter because it is huge and well, to be honest.... Just looks cool . There is a shorter version of it though.
I would imagine with a filter that big , you would only have to change
it once in a decade . LOL
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The ladies love my big 'Ol filter. #filterporn #shethinksmyfilterssexy ...LOL.

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You just like it because it makes your truck look like it has a dong

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Why don't you let the filter and base hang by the hoses so it can " SWING " . lol
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