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Old 09-14-2008, 03:44 AM   #1
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Has anyone moved the fuel filter from on top of engine so as not to have to get under the bed to change it. If so what parts did you purchase? Thanks
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Has anyone moved the fuel filter from on top of engine so as not to have to get under the bed to change it. If so what parts did you purchase? Thanks
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Hi Karl,

Here's my earlier posting on that topic: Relocated Fuel Filter & Added Priming Pump
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Karl~ check your Private Message area, I left you the project info.
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