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    Toilet paper oil filter

    I have a '94 Grand Cherokee with a 4.0l running 2 Frantz on the engine and auto tranny, an '01 Dodge Cummins with an Amsoil Dual Remote filter setup with a Ralph Wood 'MG 750' feeding off the Amsoil filter head and a regular MG 30 between the in bed tank and the factory tank. And finally my...
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    Any car owners with bypass and huge mileage?

    150000 on a '94 Grand Cherokee. Frantz on the 4.0 inline and the auto tranny. Dual Frams on the fuel line. 100000 on an '06 Dodge Durango. Ralph Wood Motorguards on baby Hemi and auto transmission. A bunch of trouble free driving.
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    Frantz Users - New Clamp vs. Old Clamp

    That's nice!!! Looks like my Jeep install...Return to filler cap? Hollow bolt? Spill the beans...
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    Hydraulic system bypass.

    Sweet. I have a snow plow you can do next! :-)
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    Frantz Users - New Clamp vs. Old Clamp

    The 't bolt' is the thumb screw style, right? I have one of both. I'm too fond of the latching band clamp. I don't use my big O-ring and I still have no leaks with the screw style....pretty slick. I'm trying to stick with Frantz till I can find some of Mr. Wood's converted MotorGuards on EBay...
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    Luberfiner 750 filters

    Do both of those elements go in the same can? Is one heavier than the other? Mr. Woods used to roll up a big custom element to go in those.
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    Frantz downstream of Amsoil BMK-13?

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: Gary Allan</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: RoadTrain</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Can I use the right side of the Amsoil BMK-13...
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    Frantz downstream of Amsoil BMK-13?

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: deeter16317</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Could you simply "T" into one of the turbo feed ports? Since it is only a small amount of oil, should pose no issue (turbo bearing oil starvation). I remember reading...
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    Frantz downstream of Amsoil BMK-13?

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">&nbsp;Originally Posted By: Steve S</div><div class="ubbcode-body">What kind of engine ? I am curious about the turbo setup? How it runs etc. </div></div> 5.9 liter Dodge Ram 3500 Cummins diesel. The small secondary turbo is a 14 2cm HX-40...
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    Frantz downstream of Amsoil BMK-13?

    Can I use the right side of the Amsoil BMK-13 billet mount, the side with the plugs in front of the check ball restrictor, to supply my Frantz TP filter? I wanted to see how long I could extemd my changing of the TP element with my Blackstone reports on an '01 Cummins. I already used both ports...
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    Diesel Tractor Blows Blue Smoke

    Do you know what the static timing is set at? A diesel will smoke at start up with a water temp below 160 degrees, when the water temp comes up, the smoke will cease. That blue smoke is fuel. Relax.
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    Okay, I'm new and need help with the translation!

    Whoaa, I know I'm new and it was a stupid question, but I didn't know. No need to get nasty. I won't ask any more questions. Sorry.
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    Okay, I'm new and need help with the translation!

    <blockquote>quote:<hr />"I am considering replacing the mineral oil in my engine with a synthetic oil. The engine has 50,000 miles on it. I have heard that the mineral oil and synthetic oil are compatible. Is this true?" Generally, the reference to synthetic oil for an engine, means a lubricant...
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    aftermarket air filter for 18-wheeler?

    Sure. But it'll only help with MPG and power. More air and all that. The most popular one is called a Farr Ecolite. Each one will flow an amazing 1500 cfm of air! And they aren't that big as others. ALL big class 8 tractors can benefit from increased exhaust flow. Sadly, they still come from...
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