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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-19-2020, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
 
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Which lift pump/fuel filter system

I've had my 2014 LML since it was new. Currently sitting at 75K miles. Wanting to start making it more reliable. I'm wanting to start with a lift pump and filter system. Anybody have any recommendations between FASS, Airdog, or dieselfuelfilterkits.com? Thanks for any info.
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Another DFFK ad post from a new join.

Might want to use the 'SEARCH' function, as it's a more than common topic.

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Yep, new guy, you caught me. Wasn't trying to advertise for anybody. Just had a question. Thanks
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Sorry....I just see patterns and this is the 2nd day in a row, same time of day, to see some inquiry about an obscure option.

Serious about the search, years of data available here.
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Sorry....I just see patterns and this is the 2nd day in a row, same time of day, to see some inquiry about an obscure option.
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I'm finding some good info. Also read the "New Here" thread. Sounds like that dieselfuelfilterkits. com kit isn't very popular around here. Was leaning towards airdog but after seeing the wehrli mount for the fass to keep it inside the framerails that sounds nice too. The fass being right in front of the rear tire seems like problems waiting to happen(I live on gravel roads). I also like for anything that makes the truck look modded to be completely out of sight.
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Airdog or Fuelab
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The only brand Iíve had is AirDog 4G100 which is good for up to 600 hp from what most say.
AD with filters, IMO has a good mount set-up much better than one of the other ones mentioned.
Pretty much in between the front and rear tires, mounts inside and above the bottom of the frame, easy connection no hose cutting and a lifetime motor warranty.

If you go with the larger LP like the 165 on FASS or AD, you might be in for a few issues including fuel psi being a little higher 12-14 which is higher than whatís recommended for the Duramax which is 8-10.
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With the Kennedy there are no sumps, draw straws, return lines, noise, foam, fluctuating fuel pressures, idle surging, or any of that other crap.

You put it on, and forget about it. It just plain.....works.
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Agree with above. Have the dual setup, also if they should fail injection pump can pull thru them.

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