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    LS Tractor filters

    I am looking for some help for my LS 3038 Tractor filters, I have found a few but the rest are really tough. Oil Filter PN 40006977 Outer Air Filter PN 40007575 Inner Air Filter PN 40049447 Any help would be great
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    Flushing chemicals, do they work?

    I drained radiator then added a gallon of white vinegar then topped off with distilled water..drove around with heater on for 15 minutes or san then drained and flushed with distilled water until I could see clear, replaced with Prestone and it looks good.
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    Paid posters for Auto Rx

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> I like to tinker (within reason) and LOVE to see what results folks are having with. Please keep the chat flowing with your ideas and experiences. </div></div> sure you don't LOVE to stir the pot? :)
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    Paid posters for Auto Rx

    All I can say is...My dad can beat up your dad! Nahhh
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    Filter removal: hot or cold?

    Hot is better, means everything has been moving and is still in suspension (IMO) I had the same issue on my 06 CTD, I spent the $8 for a adjustable chinese filter wrench....hooks right up to a socket wrench and grabs the filter (on my CYT at least) 3 inches up the side and twists it right...
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    Coolant bypass install questions

    I actually was going to use the fender mount area where the bracket holding the jack ect.....I would be interested in the power steering mount though
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    Coolant bypass install questions

    So I am installing a coolant bypass on my son's F150 soon, I have flushed and cleaned and still see residual brown stuff in the coolant...they previous owner abviously ran just water the last few months.... So the question is...shuld I stick with stainless only or can I use brass on my connections?
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    filter mount & filter question

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: OAS</div><div class="ubbcode-body">"consolidate your oil filters"??? How many vehicles do you own? Mostly an oil filter is engineered around a particular engines requirements. Using a "one size fits all" element can...
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    filter mount & filter question

    In my ever quest to reduce inventory while still buying enough to get good prices I am interested in consolidating my oil filters..... So can I get a mount that will use my current Wix 57620 (1" - 16). Also will the 57620 be ok to run in my son's 93 F150 (5.9l inline 6)? Thanks
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    Delvac 1300_2006_CTD

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: pickled</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> I haven't had time to design and execute a proper study, but the hoopla is pretty intense around here without someone pushing a product. </div></div> I ran 1 oz to gallon and my...
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    Delvac 1300_2006_CTD

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Doug Hillary</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Hi, Shup1 - Using supplementary additives in modern formulation lubricants is simply a waste of money. Every engine maker tells you not to - and with very well based reasons...
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    Delvac 1300_2006_CTD

    I really want to run Amsoil to increase my orders with other maintenance...but if next time I still do not get the life out of it I will stick with Delvac (Wally World most times $10/gal) As for the additives I have run: 1. Howes - yuck 2. MMO - carry over from farm days, thought my truck liked...
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    Delvac 1300_2006_CTD

    I do agree that the UOA on the Amsoil does not look right, these were out of the same box that I got from company....I will still try the Amsoil again but I want to wait until I get a few more miles to make sure my numbers look consistent. BTW no additives, I ran a oil change of regular old...
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    Baldwin filters

    [html]<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: WItucker</div><div class="ubbcode-body">
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