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Old 11-29-2013, 11:10 PM   #1
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Help, I am looking for a part

I am looking for in-line fuel filter for my 1987 Fleetwood Tioga MH, it is on a Ford Econoline E350 Chassis, 460CID, V8. This is what I am looking for;

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Old 11-30-2013, 09:01 AM   #2
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Try your local Ford dealer. Or, maybe Auto-zone. Is the part already removed, if so bring it with so they can match it correctly.
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It Almost looks like what was/is being used on some 1999 and up Workhorse chassis's. They no longer make the 3 port filter but they sell you an adapter and a 2 port filter now. Then you can use a GF652 or GF481 filter that can be found anywhere. This WHG481FK filter can be purchased at any Chevrolet dealership for around $50 or at the web site below. I don't know if it will work in your case. You can search "fuel filter" in the Workhorse section and find a lot of info on this filter.




Thank You for the pictures Oemy.
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If memory serves me right I believe these were a early fuel pressure regulator used on the 460 motors .they ran more fuel pressure to help control vapor locking.One I seen were on carbrauted motors with electric fuel pumps.
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