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I finally made my big decision about which diesel truck I wanted. I had a hard time deciding between the Duramax and the Dodge/Cummins, but I basically found the one I wanted and got the the deal I wanted on it.


The long term injector problems are pretty much my only fear of the Duramax, soI guess the first thing I want to do is get a post OEM fuel filter. What's the best and/or most economical way to go? Where do you get it?Edited by: Brake_Torq
 

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Congrats! You will love the Duramax for sure.


Kennedy Mega is a fantastic post OEM filter solution. www.kennedydiesel.com
 

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Nothing wrong with post OEM filters but I don't understand why a post OEM filter is prefered by some over the pre OEM arrangement. I'm running a pre OEM sold by NICK and like the fact it has a big capacity and should take a load off the OEM. Only have about 4K on my unit since installing the big pre OEM filter but am anxious to see how well it works.
 

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Welcome to the club!!



I went with a pre OEM from Racor from lubespecialist at a reasonable cost with the heater and wif sensor. Plus, it may even be endorsed by GM? Do a search here and you will find tons of information and lots to think about!
 

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There is some concern about warranty coverage and post-OEM filters. But I suppose any post OEM design would have options for a pre-OEM installation too.
 

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Another Happy
Pre-OEM Nick customer, went pre-oem for Warranty issues, something to think about!
 

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Welcome to the Sight, Congrats on your Truck!
 
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