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Old 10-13-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Fuel filter fix

I just completed the Fuel Filter Fix instalation on my Trek bought form OEM enginering. I have to tell you it was so easy to do due to Glenns printed instructions, including what size wrenches to use. I was amazed that I could Sit in a comfortable postion under the Trek to do the install. I was done in about 1/2 Hour. I just wanted to let other Trek owners know how easy it was to do. Thanks again to Glenn for a fine product helping Trek owners out....and any other Workhorse Chassis that need this product to then use a standard fuel filter from any auto parts store GM (GF 652 ) www.oem-engineering.com
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Glenn is a good egg. He has always helped me when I asked. They dont makem any better.
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Our install was just as easy and will make our next fuel filter replacement not only simple and quick - but CHEAP!
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