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Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 06-11-19
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Posted By Hill
Eddy Thanks for posting. I now have a 200...

Eddy
Thanks for posting.
I now have a 200 series and have been researching how to improve the filtration system of my new vehicle. The factory filter is around 10 micron @ 95% efficiency. As...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 05-11-19
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
Western filters have a FM kit for Pajero. ...

Western filters have a FM kit for Pajero.

Check fuel lines re bard size.
...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 16-11-18
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Posted By Hill
Must admit I work from the premise of only...

Must admit I work from the premise of only believing half of what I read and half of what people tell me, do a little research and make up my own mind.

What a load of .....

Hill
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 24-03-16
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Posted By Hill
Eastie Very neat set up. I'm not sure...

Eastie

Very neat set up.

I'm not sure which Ryco you are using however if a Z699 this will have similar specifications to Donaldson ...316. The Z699 is 4 micron at 94% efficiency. The Donaldson...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 27-01-16
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Posted By Hill
149 degrees max. Fine temp wise. Fuel...

149 degrees max.

Fine temp wise. Fuel passing through will keep fittings coolish.

I used irrigation fittings when installing my oil catch can and these have not been effected by under bonnet...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 12-07-15
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
Looks good. Had to put my sunnies on to cope with...

Looks good. Had to put my sunnies on to cope with reflection:beer[1]:

Hill
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 26-06-15
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
From:...

From: http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/document.do?docId=563

How to choose thread sealant for fuel applications

To choose the appropriate thread sealant, look for it's chemical...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 26-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
Vlad Using nothing is probably the safest...

Vlad

Using nothing is probably the safest option. The barbs will seal on the threads.

Whatever you do don't introduce any foreign matter into your fuel system. If using tape keep away from the...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 26-06-15
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
Good things come to those that wait (patiently)

Good things come to those that wait (patiently)
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 24-06-15
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Posted By Hill
Vlad put the first kink just after the edge...

Vlad put the first kink just after the edge original fuel filter bracket- about 25mm past the 10 mm hole


Hill
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 23-06-15
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
Geoff I think this fabrication needs it own...

Geoff

I think this fabrication needs it own thread.

Much too sophisticated to be associated with my simple design

Looks good in black

Hill
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 22-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
The two hexbolts will be fine to mount an...

The two hexbolts will be fine to mount an additional filter for black stuff travel. Hit a few corrugations and it will eventually fatigue the fire wall or bracket.

With 1/3 litre of diesel, head,...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 22-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
I had my first filter connected to these two hex...

I had my first filter connected to these two hex bolts.

Still believe the steel bracket using the existing filter mount bolts is the way to go
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
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Posted By Hill
If not confident do a little more research

If not confident do a little more research
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
Bleeding

When installed as secondary filter- open bleed screw and pump primer until diesel overflows.

When installed as primary filter - don't open bleed screw - just pump

5 minute job to put new filter...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
As requested

As requested
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
A piece of steel will eliminate the need for...

A piece of steel will eliminate the need for secondary mounting points
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
I took some brave tablets and applied a pair of...

I took some brave tablets and applied a pair of vice grips to fitting. It is factory pressed into position.

Fitting as secondary filter is always an option!!
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
Beautiful. The slotted screw hole looks like...

Beautiful.

The slotted screw hole looks like a factory made to provide a little additional flexibility in design.

The filter head is flat aluminium and you may need to drill a 10mm recess in...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 21-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
Hi Vlad I used steel as I am hoping to...

Hi Vlad

I used steel as I am hoping to remove filer insitu. An aluminium bracket may not have the strength for this process.

I like Geoff's idea of stabilising the bracket using the two bolts...
Forum: Fuel and fuel systems 20-06-15
Replies: 136
Views: 21,362
Posted By Hill
Donaldson P551615 Bracket using existing Fuel Filter mounting bolts

Many will be aware that I have a Donaldson P551615 filter kit on my NT Pajero. Until this afternoon this was mounted from the fire wall using two existing bolts.

I have suggested using the bolts...
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