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Question Draw straw replacement

My factory draw straw with the intank filter is split and I can't get below 1/3rd tank before I start sucking air.
My question: does anyone sell a replacement drawstraw that has an intank filter attached? I can find [email protected] http://www.vulcanperformance.com/ser...2%84%A2/Detail
but none of them appear to have an intank filter attached. I'm using the FASS system with the two filters, so do I really need the intank filter?:shrug:
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The first filter on the FASS is a prefilter/water separator. It should eliminate the need for the intank filter.
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My factory draw straw with the intank filter is split and I can't get below 1/3rd tank before I start sucking air.
My question: does anyone sell a replacement drawstraw that has an intank filter attached? I can find [email protected] http://www.vulcanperformance.com/ser...2%84%A2/Detail
but none of them appear to have an intank filter attached. I'm using the FASS system with the two filters, so do I really need the intank filter?:shrug:
No pre-filter required...

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The first filter on the FASS is a prefilter/water separator. It should eliminate the need for the intank filter.
This is correct even with AirDog...

I just got the AirDog 150 pump... It got the same draw straw as well. But I got to still install my draw straw...

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