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Old 03-21-2010, 06:50 PM   #1
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Fleetguard Fleetguard Fleetguard

I have been receiving numerous PM request for Fleetguard filter prices. I am lousy at keeping up with PM's. Especially when they involve work. So I did this.

OIL FILTERS
LF3972 Standard '03-'10 7.96
LF16035 Stratapore '03-'10 12.46
LF3959 Standard '98.5-'02 7.76
LF3894 Stratapore '98.5-'02 12.23
LF3349 Standard '89-'98 6.11
LF3552 Microglass '89-'98 1 2.23

Purchase 6 or more and take 2% of the total.

What's a Stratapore?
StrataPoreā„¢ Filtration Media



Fuel Filters & Air filters ???? I figure most guys are running aftermarket systems so I'll see if there is interest in those and post up on here if need be.
I do keep the Fleetguard replacements for the Airdogs and Fass's
 
Old 03-21-2010, 07:26 PM   #2
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Nice. Might be placing an order this week.
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Old 03-21-2010, 07:37 PM   #3
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Dang it I bought some a few weeks ago for more than that. I am going to keep this in mind when I need some again. Also if you have the Air Dog filters you are one of very few, I only found one place online that had them in Fleetguard.
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Old 03-21-2010, 07:48 PM   #4
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i'd be interested in your filter prices for the airdog systems
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Old 03-21-2010, 08:40 PM   #5
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I need some prices on Fass filters Ill get the numbers for you
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Old 03-21-2010, 08:45 PM   #6
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I would highly suggest buying cases, big time inflation is coming, stock up!!
 
Old 03-21-2010, 08:57 PM   #7
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Jeff I will give you a call this week about some AD150 filters and oil filters.
 
Old 03-21-2010, 10:51 PM   #8
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I need some prices on Fass filters Ill get the numbers for you
if you can find a decent parts store and a wix book you can find the filters for fass and airdog..
found that out of necessity at a parts plus in bfe texas..
carry yours in and compare thread sizes and whatnot.
not to take away from snedge or mumau...
just saying they are easier to find than you might think.
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Old 03-21-2010, 11:02 PM   #9
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I thought all the dodge/cummins oil filters were the same? at least the same part # from mopar (mo-285)??????

Please explain

Is there a fleetguard replacement for the water seperator for fass?
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I thought all the dodge/cummins oil filters were the same? at least the same part # from mopar (mo-285)??????

Please explain

Is there a fleetguard replacement for the water seperator for fass?
They are not all the same, however you can run any filter you like. I sell the LF3349 as a cheap alternative to all of the filters except the 6.7, because of the CJ rating on the new oil.



Yes there is a Fleetguard replacement for the Fass WS. I'll post up the filter #'s later on.
 
Old 05-18-2010, 07:35 AM   #11
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Fass 150 or HD series as they are now called....

Fuel Filters....
HF6601-10 micron
HF6604- 3 micron

Water Separator...
FS1023

I just went out and dug my notes out as I am OUT of filters here so prices would be helpful as I need to call and get some sent out this way.......Andy
 
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Thanks Andy. Here are the CompD prices on those filters
HF6601 17.03
HF6604 65.30
FS1023 28.60
 
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what about that ff5588? I am running it and like it!!!! and Jeff it's an "actual" fuel filter, not a hydraulic filter right???
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what about that ff5588? I am running it and like it!!!! and Jeff it's an "actual" fuel filter, not a hydraulic filter right???
Right you are. It is a fuel filter, and it's about 40.00 dollars cheaper than the Hyd. filter.
 
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Just found out the other day the 3894's I have been using on my 02 are interchangeable with the 3959, what is the difference besides price?

I need to get me a new filter and water seperator for my Fass200...
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difference between stratapore and microglass ???


also, is there a different part # for cases of said filters... or ?
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Old 05-19-2010, 04:35 PM   #17
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difference between stratapore and microglass ???


also, is there a different part # for cases of said filters... or ?
Right here is everything you want to know about the three different types of filter media used in todays Fleetguard filters

*Cellulose
*microglass
*stratopore

Read this to be smart and stuff.

http://www.cumminsfiltration.com/pdf...filtration.pdf


The part # are the same for single or case. A case generally contains 12 filters
 
Old 05-19-2010, 06:47 PM   #18
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will do thank you snedge....
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I'll buy a couple FS1006 filters for a good price. I keep bouncing back and forth between the Fleetguard and the Donaldson. The filters are IDENTICAL externally.

Are they made by the same people? The donaldson has a P55 something part number.

Also, do you have a restriction gauge I can buy? I've got one screwed in there now but it's frozen in place so I've just been changing filters when the pump starts getting noisy.

Thanks.
 
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what about that ff5588? I am running it and like it!!!! and Jeff it's an "actual" fuel filter, not a hydraulic filter right???
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Right you are. It is a fuel filter, and it's about 40.00 dollars cheaper than the Hyd. filter.
Anyone know the micron rating of the FF5588? It would be great to find a reasonably priced replacement for the 6604.
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