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  • Water seperator

    Has anyone added (or can you add) a water seperator to their V3

    I was looking at the Dahl 100 or 150. They even have heated versions.


    Dahl 100 Flow rates
    Recomendeded: 40 GPH
    Maximum: 65 GPH
    Fitting Size for Inlet and Outlet: -06 AN

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    Dahl 150 Flow rates
    Recommended: 80 GPH
    Maximum: 100 GPH
    Fitting Size for Inlet and Outlet: -10 AN

    http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=411
    http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...PROD&ProdID=37
    -Shawn Collister-
    -02 F250 7.3 - SSB V3, AC's tuned by Swamps, AIS, 38R, 4" ex, DI tranny
    -00 F350 7.3 - CC with no back seat
    -Multiple trailers and a bunch of other junk
    Straight outta Wimauma

  • #2
    water seperators only catch free water as i understand it. And you should not have any free water unless your not dewatering your oil at all or have alot of condensation in the tank...in either case though i think the concensus is that the donaldson will absorb the water and clog but it will stop the water from getting past.

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    • #3
      I was concerned about :

      - condensation in Florida (especially if the truck spends any time sitting)
      - getting WVO from other sources where you dont know how long its been sitting or how well its been dewatered
      - If I use the tank for regular diesel..... all the same reasons the factory fuel system has one.

      How well does the Donaldson P555823 really work at "stopping" water, since thats not really what its designed to do?
      -Shawn Collister-
      -02 F250 7.3 - SSB V3, AC's tuned by Swamps, AIS, 38R, 4" ex, DI tranny
      -00 F350 7.3 - CC with no back seat
      -Multiple trailers and a bunch of other junk
      Straight outta Wimauma

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      • #4
        i have never had water issues here in OK where the temp swings and humidity are perfect for promoting condensation. If your i were in FL, i would not be heating my tank either...not nessecary..you might consider that.

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