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    So, just a bigger filter. The stock one not adequate?

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    the stock one is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blind View Post
    the stock one is fine.
    Stock also. Changed every six months, April and October.
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    Stock here.

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    first time entering. didnt read anything. came to last page. Stock fuel filter changed twice a year with oil change when i swap to winter trim. spring/fall. takes 5 mins to change while truck is already on stands

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    Found the bracket on Ebay for $25...
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/390762441316...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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    Found the bracket on Ebay for $25...
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/390762441316...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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    Is the fuel filter clogging up a common issue on these trucks? Im considering an 01 HD as a daily / drag hauler

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    It's not a common issue. Typically people don't all the maintenance and it gets over looked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decipha View Post
    Is the fuel filter clogging up a common issue on these trucks? Im considering an 01 HD as a daily / drag hauler
    I've never heard of one "clogging up".

    Changing the fuel filter is regular maintenance on every car I've ever owned. Much like changing the air filter, oil filter, or transmission filter.

    Having clean, consistent fuel quality and flow is important on modded supercharged engines, especially ones like most of us own here that are making double or more than the factory boost. I wouldn't imagine the fuel filter being very important to change as often on a stock non-supercharged 01.

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    Lol I'm guilty. I've owned my truck a little over a year and haven't changed my filter not once.

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    Aghhh!! just changed mine put the smaller one on

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    doesn't matter, the filter needs to be changed, bigger one or not, on a regular schedule. So long as you change it often you're good!

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    Yeah I didnt even feel it was worth the time to hunt for a bracket. Stock foe life!

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    Remove the small bracket and zip tie the larger filter in place.

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