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Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

What are the filter change intervals of an ad150?

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What are the filter change intervals of an ad150?
It's 12k for fuel and 24k for the water separator I believe

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Re: Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

Thanks, I change my fuel filters every 5k. I got some nasty fuel in New Orleans one time my filter looked like a rusty tin can when I pulled it. I guess it made me a OCD on my intervals lol

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Thanks, I change my fuel filters every 5k. I got some nasty fuel in New Orleans one time my filter looked like a rusty tin can when I pulled it. I guess it made me a OCD on my intervals lol
Yea I think I would be changing them often as well

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Re: Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

I do water seperator once a year, I drain it at every oil change. I do the fuel at 15k since I use 7500 for oil changes. OEM filters get changed once a year. I try to stagger the AD and OEM filter elements so consider I do something every 6 months.


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Re: Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

I guess Its time i change mine then whenever spring hits & I can do stuff outside. The big Boy starts & then starts to sputter & stalls so no need to Drive it.

So the list now is
Needs 2 batteries
Glowplugs
Sd starter
Valve cover harness probably
Filters
Oil change. Thats a crispy 1000 dollar bill

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Re: Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

It's a love hate relationship with these trucks

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Re: Airdog 150 when is it time to change the filters?

I drive at least 5k miles a month and I never know where I'm going to be, I try to do all my service at my shop when I can so if I know I'm leaving I'll change it early I never go over 6k on service

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It is a love / hate thing. When the truck runs & does what it should im nothing but smiles. But when it messes up or does something I hate it. Sometimes I almost wanna get something new

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