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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-16-2014, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel Filter

What fuel filter do you guys recommend? 01 F250 with 225xxx miles.

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-16-2014, 08:24 PM
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Re: Fuel Filter

A hydrophobic one

02 250 CCLB, 6 spd, PHP Phoenix, ISSPROs, AFE/6637 intake, 4" DE straight exhaust, WW, coolant filter with ELC, AIH delete, ebpv delete, bellowed uppies, 4" on 35's and racelines
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Re: Fuel Filter

I always run the Wix.

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OEM Racor (same thing as motorcraft). Can be found significantly cheaper at truck service centers. Anyone that sells Parker stuff. Will need to supply original lid though.

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x2 for the wix.


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Re: Fuel Filter

OEM from Riffraff diesel

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Airaid intake
Stock for now
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Re: Fuel Filter

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OEM from Riffraff diesel
Best price around, and they have the OEM lid too if you need it

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Some other stuff I'm forgetting...
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Re: Fuel Filter

I use the pcm filters off fleabay (use your factory lid style) lol I know there prob not the best at $33.99 for 3 of them and free shipping but after using them for 6 years and 192,000 miles on the injectors everything still works as it should. I must just get really good fuel. I change them out every 10k miles or 6 months though religiously.
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x2 for the wix.
x3 for wix

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Re: Fuel Filter

dieselfiltersonline.com .... Racor $16.95

Shipping makes getting one not worth it but I have a couple trucks so it's not hard to spend up to the free shipping line.

If you need just one I'd go with Wix from NAPA or whoever as well.
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