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I plan to switch out the fan clutch on my 03 6.0 with the 7.3l clutch. I've been shopping for water pumps and came across Dieselsites High Performance model for the early 03 engine I have. Has the billet impeller and claims 25% more coolant flow. Anyone tried on of these??
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I have the late '04 version. It has worked fine for me for the past few years.

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Bullet Proof Diesels pump is probably the last pump you would ever need, that’s why I put one in my truck.
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Not familiar with the Dieselsite pump but, I also installed the BPD pump on my '06.

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my stock pump lasted 180,000 miles. pulled many trailers over 10k through june-august southern mountain heat. never had a cooling problem .
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BUllet Proof Diesels pump is probably the last pump you would ever need, that’s why I put one in my truck.
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Yep, that's what I did. Over 200K and NO problems.

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Dieselsite on my 03 and no issues for 50,000 miles. Towed my heavy 5er plenty and stayed cool I also run a 7.3 clutch fan.
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BUllet Proof Diesels pump is probably the last pump you would ever need, that’s why I put one in my truck.
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Same here.

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I too have the Dieselsite water pump for 05+. It's been on for 100k miles, no cooling issues whatsoever. I highly recommend
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Dieselsite here. Saved my pennies for other stuff.
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