The D-Max 2019 Fuel Filter Shootout!! Pt 1 - Page 29 - Chevy and GMC Duramax Diesel Forum
Maintenance Discuss scheduled maintenace, capacities, filter part numbers, etc.

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post #281 of 323 (permalink) Old 11-22-2019, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you and sorry for the stupid questions.
The "01-24-19" was the rattler.....

The crimps were pretty faint on it, so I took a photo of the other one so they would show up better....
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Just curious as to which date code rattled since it looks like in the pics there are 2 different filters ? The one filter looks like it has small holes poked in the plastic wrap ? Then I assume that both were stamped with "Assembled In USA" ? Thank you and sorry for the stupid questions.

Both filters had the perforations in the plastic. not sure why they are there, seems counterproductive but both filters appeared identical from the outside. I looked over both pretty well before shipping them off. The only difference was the bag of seals was not in the same location under the shrink wrap on both filters, though i could see this being a manual production step so some variance may be normal.

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Here's a run through of the water separation test. This is #2 diesel, with a cup of blue food dye added to it, at 0 minutes. All the dye (WATER) is settled at the bottom.


Then I gave it a really good shake!!


All the dye was in suspension


After 2 minutes, some settling is occuring


After 5 minutes, most of the dye has settled out


After 10 minutes, the majority has settled out


At 15 minutes it's all separated.

The way I'm going to do it is to pour 2 gallons of dyed fuel through each filter. I will pour 1 gallon in 2 minutes to make sure the 1/2 cup of dye ( water) is in suspension, then mix another gallon and the other 1/2 cup of dye and pour it in 2 minutes.

The collected fuel will sit for 15 minutes and I will suck up what water has collected in the bottom and measure it. I will also drain the filter and see whats collected in there.

I'm starting with 1 cup of dye in the 2 gallons of fuel.

In a perfect world, there should be ZERO water in the collected fuel, and cup of water in the fuel filter sump, which about is it's maximum capacity.

I'll let you guys know how it goes on Sunday.

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can i still throw money at this project? i'd like to know the quality of CAT filters are..... Or FASS for those of us that just ordered lift pumps at about page 19 of this thread.
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Not really contributing to the results here but....Heres an interesting one I didn't know... Actually it shocked the crap out of me (and the seller)
I was recently discussing the Baldwin BF9882 with a gentleman and he sent this pic to me.

The 9882 was replaced by the 7827 for a short time (I assume while operations were moved between CAN and USA ??) But noteworthy is the little stamp just left of the Logo and BF7827

MADE IN CHINA WTF?? Seriously!!! a Baldwin Made in China and even stamped on the canister? Notice the water seperator threads have a sealant on the original BF9882one and not of the other?





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I'm just hoping the 46062 that is the current replacement for the 9882 is not going to be a mess like found a few pages back!!!

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Not really contributing to the results here but....Heres an interesting one I didn't know... Actually it shocked the crap out of me (and the seller)
I was recently discussing the Baldwin BF9882 with a gentleman and he sent this pic to me.

The 9882 was replaced by the 7827 for a short time (I assume while operations were moved between CAN and USA ??) But noteworthy is the little stamp just left of the Logo and BF7827

MADE IN CHINA WTF?? Seriously!!! a Baldwin Made in China and even stamped on the canister? Notice the water seperator threads have a sealant on the original BF9882one and not of the other?





http://www.small-block-chevy.com/images/Dmax/BF7827.jpg


I'm just hoping the 46062 that is the current replacement for the 9882 is not going to be a mess like found a few pages back!!!
Every 9882 I ever used was made in China. Doesn't surprise me that the (also gold) 7827 was made in China too

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Not really contributing to the results here but....Heres an interesting one I didn't know... Actually it shocked the crap out of me (and the seller)
I was recently discussing the Baldwin BF9882 with a gentleman and he sent this pic to me.

The 9882 was replaced by the 7827 for a short time (I assume while operations were moved between CAN and USA ??) But noteworthy is the little stamp just left of the Logo and BF7827

MADE IN CHINA WTF?? Seriously!!! a Baldwin Made in China and even stamped on the canister? Notice the water seperator threads have a sealant on the original BF9882one and not of the other?





http://www.small-block-chevy.com/images/Dmax/BF7827.jpg


I'm just hoping the 46062 that is the current replacement for the 9882 is not going to be a mess like found a few pages back!!!
First off, the 7827 was the first Dmax fuel filter by Baldwin. They revised it to make it better at shedding water, ie made it coalescent(sp?) and the 9882 was born. They revised the filter again when they finally announced that they were bought out by Parker and the 46062 was born.

All of my 9882s were born in China, and I only ever had one have a problem. It loosened up on me driving down the road. I switched to another one out of the same order and never had a problem again.
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All of my 9882s were born in China, and I only ever had one have a problem. It loosened up on me driving down the road. I switched to another one out of the same order and never had a problem again.
I ran the 9882 filters from 2015 to 2018. Never had any problems until 2018. Had two come loose on a buddies truck, two come loose on my truck, and one come loose on another buddies truck. Switched to 3018s and haven't had an issue since.

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