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I have a lbz, so near the same. I run Kennedy pump. One filter in front of it, and one after. Injector rates are great. But I only have 130k on my truck. Maybe 70k miles or so on this setup.
I recommend more than one filter on a diesel for fuel. Lift pump preferred also, whatever you decide.

Main thing is buy good fuel from bigger higher usage stations, where it doesn't sit around for long

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With the amount of miles on his truck... other things like wheel bearings , water pump, blown hoses, TX case pump rub, or overheating are far more likely to ruin his road trip than not having a lift pump.

I'll go bumper to bumper on this rig first, and get it all in tip-top shape.
So as of today, it has a new water pump, t stats, hoses and fresh fluids in all places.

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I have a lbz, so near the same. I run Kennedy pump. One filter in front of it, and one after. Injector rates are great. But I only have 130k on my truck. Maybe 70k miles or so on this setup.
I recommend more than one filter on a diesel for fuel. Lift pump preferred also, whatever you decide.

Main thing is buy good fuel from bigger higher usage stations, where it doesn't sit around for long
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I was running duel Kennedys on my deleted and tuned LMM, loved them. Two things I liked about them were 1) they are a flow through design so if they failed fuel would still flow. 2) they had a button to manually flow fuel so you could easily prime your fuel filter after changing it without having to use that stock hand pump. They are also very quiet.

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I have a lbz, so near the same. I run Kennedy pump. One filter in front of it, and one after. Injector rates are great. But I only have 130k on my truck. Maybe 70k miles or so on this setup.
I recommend more than one filter on a diesel for fuel. Lift pump preferred also, whatever you decide.

Main thing is buy good fuel from bigger higher usage stations, where it doesn't sit around for long
Did you buy the complete kit or did you buy the filter heads and filters separately?

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I was running duel Kennedys on my deleted and tuned LMM, loved them. Two things I liked about them were 1) they are a flow through design so if they failed fuel would still flow. 2) they had a button to manually flow fuel so you could easily prime your fuel filter after changing it without having to use that stock hand pump. They are also very quiet.
Did you buy everything from Kennedy? Even the filter setup?

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The single JK pump comes with the mounting plate pre-drilled for the twin setup. The easiest thing to do is to use the unused holes in the plate to mount an aux filter head for your FWS filter (BF1212).

With these two added items, your stock filter location becomes your new secondary particulate filter.

Inexpensive LP kit with an added FWS filter, you'll have the positive pressure moving forward, and with the added filter PLUS the positive pressure, you'll greatly extend the life of the under hood filter, requiring less change intervals, and reducing the fuel filtering expense.

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The single JK pump comes with the mounting plate pre-drilled for the twin setup. The easiest thing to do is to use the unused holes in the plate to mount an aux filter head for your FWS filter (BF1212).

With these two added items, your stock filter location becomes your new secondary particulate filter.

Inexpensive LP kit with an added FWS filter, you'll have the positive pressure moving forward, and with the added filter PLUS the positive pressure, you'll greatly extend the life of the under hood filter, requiring less change intervals, and reducing the fuel filtering expense.
Yes, I think this is exactly what i want to do. Now, a couple more questions. 1- Does what you described mean two total filters, the FWS (water filter separator?) and the stock filter? 2- can you recommend a FWS that mounts to the single JK bracket? Thanks!

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All of that is in detail, in the PM link I sent you a while ago.

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All of that is in detail, in the PM link I sent you a while ago.
Gotcha, thanks!

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