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    Fuel Filter Replacement?

    Do you run the FASS filters for those of you running a FASS on your rigs?

    Or is there a better alternative?

    I've seen the Donaldson filter as well as the CAT filters.

    Just curious if the FASS filters are as good as if there are better ones.

    Thanks.

    07.5 2500 Mega Cab 6.7l
    07 3500 Quad Cab 5.9l- Full Carli 3” lift 35” KO2

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    Re: Fuel Filter Replacement?

    I run a FASS on mine.

    The specs on them are as good or better than all the others on the market I have seen.

    I think the next runner-up would be the cat filters.

    I am assuming that you have a FASS pump on your truck already?

    2012 RAM 2500 Crew Cab SLT 6.7L.

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    https://fassride.com/shop/product/sh...-7l-2005-2018/

    This is what I run with.

    They have the general size filters, as well as the XL size.

    I prefer to use the normal size just because they already seem to hang low.

    I'm always in the woods climbing through trails for scouting/hunting, hints because I don't want a log to hit the filters or screw up the bracket, etc.

    I would say, IMO, FASS is the leading developer on the fueling side for performance, reliability, price vs. competitors, and customer service.

    Any particular filter from them, I wouldn't hesitate to put one on.

    II 60HP STICKS, II 33% CP3, II S464 2ND GEN SWAP, FASS 165 TITANIUM SIGNATURE SERIES, AFE INTAKE HORN, S&B FILTER, 5" TURBO BACK, ALPHAREX HEAD LIGHTS, 38X13.5X20 RAZOR M/T, MOTO METAL RIMS, 6" LA LIFT KIT, COMPLET MM3 KIT, BUILT TRANSMISSION, 6 BOLT REDHEAD STEERING BOX

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    Re: Fuel Filter Replacement?

    Quote Originally Posted by f18framer View Post
    I run a FASS on mine.

    The specs on them are as good or better than all the others on the market I have seen.

    I think the next runner-up would be the cat filters.

    I am assuming that you have a FASS pump on your truck already?
    Yes, I do.

    I had seen the CAT filters and was leaning towards them if it's worth it.

    07.5 2500 Mega Cab 6.7l
    07 3500 Quad Cab 5.9l- Full Carli 3” lift 35” KO2

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    Re: Fuel Filter Replacement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Corkey View Post
    https://fassride.com/shop/product/sh...-7l-2005-2018/

    This is what I run with.

    They have the general size filters, as well as the XL size.

    I prefer to use the normal size just because they already seem to hang low.

    I'm always in the woods climbing through trails for scouting/hunting, hints because I don't want a log to hit the filters or screw up the bracket, etc.

    I would say, IMO, FASS is the leading developer on the fueling side for performance, reliability, price vs. competitors, and customer service.

    Any particular filter from them, I wouldn't hesitate to put one on.
    I have the same pump on my truck.

    Good to know the proprietary filters are as good as the aftermarket.

    07.5 2500 Mega Cab 6.7l
    07 3500 Quad Cab 5.9l- Full Carli 3” lift 35” KO2

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