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Old 04-16-2012, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dual remote oil filter kit

Anybody running one of these? I really like the idea of extended oil change intervals, relocation of mounting position and the better micron filtration...Dual Remote Filtration System Mounting Kit BMK23 by Amsoil
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Old 05-06-2012, 10:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Anybody running one of these? I really like the idea of extended oil change intervals, relocation of mounting position and the better micron filtration...Dual Remote Filtration System Mounting Kit BMK23 by Amsoil
Iam also thinking about it. Anyone with pics would be even better
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The BMK-21 is the recommended bypass kit for these trucks currently. AMSOIL discontinued the BMK-25 kit, but I'm checking in to what parts would be necessary to make a dual kit that would work like the BMK-25.

Bypass filtration is a huge benefit to diesel engines, especially modified engines that soot load their oil at rates much quicker than bone stock engines. Standard Mopar/Wix cellulose filters at 35 microns. Fleetguard Stratapore filters are 25 microns. AMSOIL EaO full flow filters are 15 microns. AMSOIL bypass filters are rated at 2.00 microns. All micron ratings are noted at absolute efficiency (99.97%) rather than nominal (50%). Watch out for manufacturers that give you finer micron ratings but fail to inform you that they are nominal, not absolute. That makes a huge difference.

If anyone wants quotes on AMSOIL systems, feel free to PM me since I can't post pricing on the open forum.

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Amsoil Bypass Filter Installs

Here are a couple previous posts with info that may be helpful

http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/6-...s-bracket.html

http://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/6-...lots-pics.html
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Hey guys. I really need a remote oil filter for my Cummins. With the V-Mac compressor mounted under the front of the engine, the oil filter is a pain to get at.
It takes me an hour to change oil in my rig. Mounting it behind the front bumper would be sweet.


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My filter farm. Oil on right, Fuel separator and filter on left.

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2500mega that's a sick setup. Chuck is a good guy, he set me straight. I went with the bmk21 as its recommended over the dual bypass.. I followed this guys right up, easy and only required a piece of metal and some bolts. http://www.amsoil.com/bypassfilters/...Ram_Uzunis.pdf
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My filter farm. Oil on right, Fuel separator and filter on left.

ah....wouldn't those fuel filters work better if you had ran the fuel lines to them
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my take on add on bypass systems.

And how many more miles will this setup get before it wears out? I don't believe a bypass will get you any more miles, regardless of claims of greatness made.
What benefit is it, when one the hoses takes a crap and dumps oil. Besides the return in filler cap looks like xxxx (use your own explitive)..
Engines don't fail from oil and filtering problems when changed properlly. JMHO of course.
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