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    Quote Originally Posted by torreyc View Post
    U can also do it with the cap to a sharpie
    Smart , I have a **** ton of those lol
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    Search for the how to on youtube

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    Where can i get this?

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    Vatozone....

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    They are like $5 at any parts store.

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    But what's the installation process

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    Same as the stock filter. Uncle then reclip

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    having a nice fuel line disconnect tool makes it easy, I struggled with a ****ty set of plastic ones from parts store for years before I finally gave in and bought a nice alloy one like in this video.

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    What year navigator? And where could I get the navigator bracket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 210sRenegade View Post
    What year navigator? And where could I get the navigator bracket?
    The Part numbers are in the first post.

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    Ok. What about the bracket though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post

    Some folks just used a ZIP tie to mount the filter. It's easier and you don't need to hunt for the bracket. I prefer the Ford bracket method.


    It's a cheap $25 mod. Thats for both the bracket and filter. Once you're under the truck it takes less than 15 minutes to do.
    This is the FORD Part # YC3Z-9180-CA
    I'm not sure if they are discontinued or not.
    I believe someone mentioned that he found a few at a auto junk yard
    Last edited by Merlin; 07-14-2017 at 04:01 PM.

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    better to just change the stock filter and leave it alone IMO. I change mine every 3rd oil change. Cheap and easy.

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    Does this increase mpg?

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    lol, no.

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