fishdmax said:This link opened when I posted it. Yes this is the GM approved kit. Any suggestions on how I can post it so you can read it would be helpful. It came to me as an attachment in Adobe
If you took a sample of fuel and had it analyzed, the results would show dissolved water present. This water does not come out with water seperators nor do we worry much about it. It's free water that creates the real problems. Most of that gets handled by the seperator. When using a second filter you have two seperators.Bronco said:I asked this question in another thread." We all agree there is water in diesel fuel,then why do we never find water in our filters when we change them?" I always drain my filter first. There should be water in the bottom if the separator is working. Maybe there is just no water in our fuel. I DON'T LIKE CONTRADICTIONS.We need a grrreeeaaat fuel filtering system and we need it quick.
dmax lover said:twebb said:Is this the long awaited GM approved fuel filter kit??
Where do I order from?
I have one on order from oregon fuel injection - they contacted racor right after the first of the year (at my request) and have several on order for their stock. First one in goes on their own duramax, second one goes on my truck; third one...??
I forget the exact price - a shade over $300 I think...
They have been very responsive, ordered some stanadyne additive from them and it was on my doorstep the next day... (it's only 100 miles from my home).