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GDP fuel filter kit

I know fuel filtration on 3rd gens is beat to death, but I can't find pictures of this specific kit (other than the manufacturer's stock photo's). Anyone have any? I'm curious how it ties in to the stock fuel lines, as it says no permanent modifications are required. GDP MK-2 https://www.glacierdieselpower.com/i...ilter-kit.html

It looks quick, easy, simple, etc. It's 2 micron, and replacement filters are cheap. I have been researching all the options, build it yourself kits, CAT filters, the mopar kit looks nice but filtration doesn't seem any better than the stock filter. I like this being downstream of the stock filter, 2 micron, bolt on kit, and right before the high pressure pump. I'd also like to install a fuel pressure sensor/switch/gauge but need to do some more research.

My truck is an 07 5.9L, basically 100% stock. No big plans down the road, maybe a built trans, aftermarket muffler, oem replacement injectors (currently at 150k miles), and possibly a mild tuner after trans is built. Plan is to keep this truck "forever".

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I am thinking of buying this one as well. I talked to a local diesel mechanic. He likes them.
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Easy install, ability to also connect a gauge after the filter so you know when a filter change is required.
No pics but I have had this on my truck for years.

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I hear good things about this GDP kit from my 03-07 buddies.

Reasonably priced, too.

R12 in the summer, Webasto in the winter; cassette tapes & SAE-20078 all year.
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Only downside I see is for the price you are not far off the dual filter kits that will let you run both a big fuel filter and a big water filter.

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2006 Blue Laramie DRW. 3500 5.9 G56 Mobil Delvac 50, Tans Cool PTO Covers, GDP Fuel Boss, GDP Double-X Ladder Bars, GPD big line kit, GDP MK-2 Fuel filter kit with CAT UHE 416 1225, GDP Power-Flo Intake Manifold, Throttle Up Industries Dual Fuel Filters, Dieselsite Coolant Filter, Cool Hose, Timbrens, 26k with Horses in Trailer, ................... BBi's .5 Towing Injectors WOW!
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Are you pleased with the results so far. 200000 on mine original injectors
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Nicely done utahman.

And I thought I was way ahead of the curve in changing my stock 25 micron filter/separator to an 11 micron filter/separator.
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Really Pleased and the GDP was the first to my filtering setup

Check my post on this thread you might chuckle about my OCD 6 to 7 filters 2nd Page.
But definitely check out the Dieselsite link dirty filter.

https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/3...ater-fuel.html

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Mine

filters not quite long enough... add some extras to it and send it into double duty as a bump stop How many miles between filter swaps with that cannon?


here is a vulcan kit...


AFE PG7 drop in filter, AFE Torque Tube, HTT 2.5 turbo, AFE e-mani, ATS Arc Flo, 50HP DDP , 430k, HPTuners, G56, 25.065 mpg, mpg threads ->https://www.cumminsforum.com/forum/3...l#post23312562
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LOL I am at 30k and fuel pressure has not Moved. Just guessing but 40k I will change it either way. BBI injectors still Purring.
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2006 Blue Laramie DRW. 3500 5.9 G56 Mobil Delvac 50, Tans Cool PTO Covers, GDP Fuel Boss, GDP Double-X Ladder Bars, GPD big line kit, GDP MK-2 Fuel filter kit with CAT UHE 416 1225, GDP Power-Flo Intake Manifold, Throttle Up Industries Dual Fuel Filters, Dieselsite Coolant Filter, Cool Hose, Timbrens, 26k with Horses in Trailer, ................... BBi's .5 Towing Injectors WOW!
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Nothing wrong & everything right with better filtration to protect one's investment.
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