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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

I'm on my phone so please bear with me
So I went to napa to pick up the parts are needed to relocate my fuel filter onto the frame rail. I got the mount pt-number 4770 and the water Sep. Pt-number Fs1212 without a problem. Then I went to get the 2 micron filter fs5320 and the guy told me their was no such filter and they only had filters down to 10 microns and that was the lowest. So I just bought it (already been their for an hour dealing with the first guy telling me not to change filters or I was gona ruin my motor, and was late for work) now can I use that filter or do I need to go find a 2 micron elsewhere?

Another dumb question but I'm on my phone and it don't show pictures but I'm guessing I needed to buy 2 filter bases right? Or is their one that holds both filters?
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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

Idk about the 2 micron filter but yes you will need the 2 filter bases havent seet one that has both and typically you mount on right before the pump and one right after

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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

I think that the stock is 10 micron. 2 is def better though.
I think that you can get them with two but I don't know for sure.
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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

I am using napa water separator 3405 pre pump which is 12 micron and then 3528 post pump which is 2 micron.

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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

2 Micron NAPA 3674, WIX 33674, Fleet Guard FF5319

These are the different filter part numbers for a 2 micron filter that will fit the base that you have.

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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

Napa 2 micron Fuel Filter - 3528 is what I have found. That is what Marty has listed as his 2 micron on his DIY fuel system
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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

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Napa 2 micron Fuel Filter - 3528 is what I have found. That is what Marty has listed as his 2 micron on his DIY fuel system
I just looked both up on the napa site. I think 3674 is just a longer/taller version of the 3528. Both 2 micron. I am assuming the 3674 should last longer between changes?

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Re: Diy napa fuel system. need answers ASAP

Thanks for all the fast replys! And thanks for giving me the correct part number for the 2 micron
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What is sad is that their own employee could not do the same even with the inventory and description computer right in front of him.
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yeah i know, i was already irrated from the lecture i got from the "filtration expert" about howim gona runin my truck i just wanted out of their before i lost it
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