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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-18-2020, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel filter lookup

Im look for a no WIF fuel filter . Im still wanting the drain valve. Ive searched different forums and tried what i could with cross references. Ive came to this number ( Fleetguard FS1221 )
Im just wanting to know if this would work for a 1994 cummins 12 valve.

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Looks too long to me.

But deleting the drain valve gains some room so im unsure.

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Thats the issue im having. I wouldn't think length would be an issue... Because there isnt really anything it would hit i guess..... Any other replies are welcome.

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Thats the issue im having. I wouldn't think length would be an issue... Because there isnt really anything it would hit i guess..... Any other replies are welcome.

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It gets pretty close to the fuel pump or the strainer i forget.

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I believe FS1221 will only fit the cast filter housing in the head. The diameter of the filter is not big enough to fit the housings used on p-pumped engines.

I used these filters in my 1st gen.

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Length is an issue. I cant remember which baldwin, maybe a BF7940, i have but had to use a stack of washers between the filter head and head to get it to fit and it was still a booger. Ive got a wix 33391 with a drain thats going on next.
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FS19519 will fit the filter head but I don't think it will clear the strainer assembly.

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The FS1221 is M16x1.5

You need a fuel filter that fits an M20x1.5 stud.

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Ohhh. Okay. Im just needing a filter with not WIF sensor port.... Tired of changing orings... Would rather have a drain screw.

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Plus that wix 33391 looks decently priced... Any bad reviews you guys may have? Ive been using a cheapo O'Reilly's filter... For the fuel...and mopar filter for oil.. wanting to change it up a bit.

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Length is an issue. I cant remember which baldwin, maybe a BF7940, i have but had to use a stack of washers between the filter head and head to get it to fit and it was still a booger. Ive got a wix 33391 with a drain thats going on next.
Definitely gonna be buying that then.!!

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I put a bladwin filter on my 96 its 12mircon I think the number is 7079 or 7970 cant remeber but it has no drain I put a new filter on every 3000 to 5000 miles anyways

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