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Ok my AirDog 2 went out i am not wanting another one so i am trying to go with a good reliable set up. The truck has RR so i need a in-line filter. I was wondering how well the raptor 150 with driven diesels post pump filter kit would be. Also does the Raptor replace the stock pump or feed the stock pump? Any other fuel system ideas would be great let me know your thoughts opinions!
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Truck Is a 99
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Just use the stock pump with pre and post pump filters and bases from: Wix Filters NapaGold Filters: FleetFilter Secure Online Store

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If you are wanting something more reliable than your Airdog, then stay away from Raptor. Hopefully you sent the warranty card in when you got the pump.... send the pump in for warranty then sell it and go with a better pump.

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Ok my AirDog 2 went out i am not wanting another one so i am trying to go with a good reliable set up. The truck has RR so i need a in-line filter. I was wondering how well the raptor 150 with driven diesels post pump filter kit would be. Also does the Raptor replace the stock pump or feed the stock pump? Any other fuel system ideas would be great let me know your thoughts opinions!
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Truck Is a 99
What mods.....

I do as stated and use a stock pump with pre and post filters if the truck just has basic mods.
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Ok my AirDog 2 went out i am not wanting another one so i am trying to go with a good reliable set up. The truck has RR so i need a in-line filter. I was wondering how well the raptor 150 with driven diesels post pump filter kit would be. Also does the Raptor replace the stock pump or feed the stock pump? Any other fuel system ideas would be great let me know your thoughts opinions!
rr with a fuel bowl delete or rr?

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