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post-pump fuel filtration

Looking to get rid of my OE filter & bowl, but can't find a post-pump filter. What are guys using & where can I get it?

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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

I run a 2 micron Napa spin on filter post pump. It is the one on the right. The one on the left is a 12 micron/water separator pre pump and obviously the pump is between the two.


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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

what did you say you spent on everything for the filers strokin?

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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

I paid $118 for the bases and filters. Another guy on here said he got the same stuff from fleetfilter.com for $68. I just priced it at $57.27 plus freight, so that is definitely cheaper then I paid.

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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

Thanks Strokin. What part # did you use for the base & filter, & how long does the filter last?

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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

Bases are Napa #4770. The filters are supposed to be good for 3 months of use on a Cat engine. But since my truck flows about half what a Cat will, I am shooting for 6 months or so. I have had them in the truck since the end of October and there is no signs restriction in the flow so I would guess they are still fine. I wonder how long I can run them, maybe it will be a once a year thing or 9 months.

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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

Thanks for the info & help.

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Strokin, what are you running your fuel pressure at with this setup?
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Re: post-pump fuel filtration

After everything warms up it settles in at 62psi and does not budge off the mark even at WOT.

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Is it different when it's cold?

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