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Here are some filter cross-references I've assembled to keep in the glovebox just in case I'm out on the road and need to get a new filter NOW vs. waiting for a service interval. The list is for my 2002 PSD but should apply to, at a minimum, the '99-'03 7.3's and mabye others but YMMV so make sure to verify the numbers before ripping apart a functional system...

Oil:
Motorcraft FL-1995 (Ford part # F4TZ-6731-A)
Fleetguard LF-3630 (standard media)
Fleetguard LF-3974 (Stratapore)
Fleetguard LF-3374 (Stratapore--extended capacity)
Wix 51734
NAPA 1734
Baldwin B7039
AFE Proguard D2 44-LF004
K&N HP6001
Purolator Pure One PL44872
Purolator L44872
Fram ExtraGuard PH3786
Fram ToughGuard TG3786
Fram Wearever HD HPH3786FP
Carquest 85734
AC-Delco PF2174
Amsoil ASF99
Amsoil SDF99
Donaldson P550371
John Deere TY24772


Fuel (OEM bowl):
Fleetguard FF-5418
Wix 33818 (w/lid)
NAPA 3818 (w/lid)
Baldwin PF7698 (w/lid)
AFE Proguard D2 44-FF007
NAPA 24232 (lid only--double double check this one)
Racor F4596
Motorcraft FD 4596
Purolator F6302 (w/lid)
Purolator F9292 (w/o lid)
Fram CS8629A (w/lid)
Donaldson P550437
AirDog FF-100-3
AirDog WS80


Coolant (for the Dieselsite kit/filter head with a 11/16-16 thread pitch):
Fleetguard WF-2077
Baldwin B5134
John Deere RE11992
Caterpillar 9Y4528
Cummins 3300721
Wix 24070
NAPA 4070
AC-Delco WF-108
Fram PR3383
Donaldson P554685
Alliance (Freightliner) WF2077

Air (with the Tymar/DIY intake):
Wix 46637
NAPA 6637
Baldwin PA2818
Fram CA6818
Donaldson B085011
 

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Thanks John...thats some good info. I am gonna let this ride for a bit...then sticky it and move it to the archive so we don't lose it.
 

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That is quite helpful! Thanks!
 

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I would remove fram #s they are like the worst filter ever made. You dont want to damage your truck from a poorly made filter. :thumbsup
 

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I would remove fram #s they are like the worst filter ever made. You dont want to damage your truck from a poorly made filter. :thumbsup
Bill...I hate to tell you...but I haven't had a lick of problems from any Frams that I have run. I have cut them open...and there are no cardboard ends as rumored. Blackstone tells me that they filter as well as anything else I have used.

And if you need one in a pinch...as if it boils down to walking or putting the Fram on...at least for me...the Fram is going on. :thumbsup
 
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Really, that's interesting, The last year i have just been told and hear that fram is like the bottom line guys. :shrug: But very tru on the being in a pinch part. :thumbsup
 

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Fuel: Fleetguard FF5613 (Stratapore). This is an AirDog fuel filter replacement--tough to find since it's a very limited-use item but can be ordered from DieselManor.com (that's where I got mine).
 

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Add LF-9027 to the Fleetguard as well - I don't know the difference between what you listed, but it's a Stratapore as well.

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The LF-9027 is Fleetgaurd's two-stage "Venturi" filter, it has both Stratapore and bypass filter media.

Perfect for anyone wanting to run bypass filtration without adding additional filter heads and hoses.

They are about $28-30
 

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for the tymar intake, the fleetguard filter is AH-1141.
 

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I would remove fram #s they are like the worst filter ever made. You dont want to damage your truck from a poorly made filter. :thumbsup
x2 on the fram . My dad is a die hard fram guy , but I have yet to read anything good about them . He lost a 351 due to the by pass valve on a fram not working right and he still uses them . parts and brand names are a funny thing . I have never had a gm product that has given me good service , but there are a lot of guys out there that have had gm gassers run 300k with out changing motors or trannies . It is all the luck of the draw and not even so much how well you take care of them .
 

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Could one of the mods please sticky this thread? I had to dig a little to find it and IMO this info shouldn't get buried...
 

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Yep...consider it done John. I really thought I had stickied it earlier. It will be moved into our sticky archive so it won't be lost again.
 
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