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oil bypass filter and coolant filter where does everbody mount them

Hi i was watting to know if anybody had some ideas and pic of where they mounted there oilbypass and coolant filter on ther 6.0's i would like to mount both of them under the hood if possable and if not where should i mount them. Anything will help Thanks
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Hi i was watting to know if anybody had some ideas and pic of where they mounted there oilbypass and coolant filter on ther 6.0's i would like to mount both of them under the hood if possable and if not where should i mount them. Anything will help Thanks
chances are, is that you're not gonna be able to mount both under the hood without relocating something else. I got my coolant filter under the hood, but the amsoil filter for the by-pass is on the passanger side frame rail.

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Hi i was watting to know if anybody had some ideas and pic of where they mounted there oilbypass and coolant filter on ther 6.0's i would like to mount both of them under the hood if possable and if not where should i mount them. Anything will help Thanks
There is only a few places you can install it here is the other
http://www.amsoil.com/bypassfilters/2006_F350_Pugh.pdf
To me the down side you need longer hoses and they have to go buy the turbo and over the exhaust not for me, i like mine better shorter hoses and they lay on the frame rail.
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ok does it matter how long the hoses are like would it be better to mount my coolant filter or oil filter down on my frame or will it matter i am kinda worred about putting it down there for when i go off road.
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ok does it matter how long the hoses are like would it be better to mount my coolant filter or oil filter down on my frame or will it matter i am kinda worred about putting it down there for when i go off road.
The longer the hose the longer it take to filter, i talked to Amsoil and they say do not go over 10' each way. I showed you how to install it and it works great for off road but it's up to you.
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Here's how I mounted my coolant filter.


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wow that is a great set up are you no longer using it i see that you have it blocked off
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That was the initial install. I didn't have the tee for the coolant line yet so I had it blocked. I am using it and I really like the way it turned out.

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There is only a few places you can install it here is the other
http://www.amsoil.com/bypassfilters/2006_F350_Pugh.pdf
To me the down side you need longer hoses and they have to go buy the turbo and over the exhaust not for me, i like mine better shorter hoses and they lay on the frame rail.
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2stroker; i have my coolant filter mounted about where your pic shows the oil bypass filter mounted. This leaves that oil filter 5-6 inches below the frame rail where it is exposed to everything. I was going to remote one of filters, i decided it would cause less damage if i lost a coolant filter versus losing an oil filter. I have my coolant filter mounted so it is higher than the frame rail, giving it better protection.
I have seen one pic where both filters were mounted and a tilt on a bracket off of the alternator. Looked good, but looked mighty hard to change the filters....

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I have coolant filter on the passenger side of the radiator - I use the Bob Riley/Dieselsite kit - and my Amsoil bypass filter on the driver side rail on the outside. I also have a pre-pump filter on the drivers side rail on the inside.

I've never had a problem with either of them while on trails or off-road.

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