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Old 10-23-2016, 08:18 AM   #29
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I change my oil and fuel filters at the same time , I would rather change my fuel filters at home than on the side of a interstate .... I carry two spare fuel filters and one oil filter....and a bottle of 911.
Tks for the information. What is a bottle of 911 and what does it do?
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I use Baldwin filters exclusively on my DP, including the diesel generator. My dad used them on our farm eqpt when I was a kid, and there is no other filter I trust more. After 60 years of using Baldwin filters, I've never known a piece of eqpt to fail, or have fuel or injector problems. Are they better than Fleetguard?.... I don't know, but consider them to be as good as anything else out there. They're not cheap, but I'm comfortable with them, and that's what everyone seeks to achieve!

If your unit sits for long periods, be sure to use some kind of fuel stabilizer. Also, use of a biocide will eliminate injector and filter problems. These additives work well and will prevent major fuel system problems.
Thanks for the advice. I presently use Lucas upper cylinder lubricant and have started using PRI-D to for biocide.
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Tks for the information. What is a bottle of 911 and what does it do?
911 breaks down water in the fuel made by service power in
the red bottle .
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911 breaks down water in the fuel made by service power in
the red bottle .

Also known as Dry Gas. About 1$ a pint. I used it on gas motors in below zero conditions
I haven't had any water in the fuel.
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Also known as Dry Gas. About 1$ a pint. I used it on gas motors in below zero conditions
I haven't had any water in the fuel.
Kinda like that but its about 10 dollars a qt and it works on diesel fuel..... I've had water in tanks and algae type crap in tanks of fuel .. not fun . Trucks backhoes and tractors and RVs...
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