here is a pic from there site.... and there is nothing in the check out spot to add valves....teamroper60 said:I just ordered one of those kits from Dieselsite. Nothing in there that I saw indicates to me the ball valves come with the kit. In fact, I ordered a set extra because I didn't believe they come with it. I also blew up the picture of the kit and don't see the ball valves in the pic, so I don't think they do. If by some chance they were included, I guess I'll have an extra set!! LOL LOL
what's the difference between that one and this one..DieselKid said:
You have stainless steel VS brass T's and fittings..darsey715 said:what's the difference between that one and this one..
yeah its a lil more pricey but the looks and valves i think sell it, very clean and well mounted under the hood. plus i think the fleetguard filters are more common and can be replaced with many different brand filters.. would tell you but my cross reference filter book from when i managed a Valvoline is sitting at my rents house. i know its the same as a baldwin PART NUMBER: BW5070 or SEPARATION TECH. Part number WF2070darsey715 said:looks like I'll go with the dfuser one
they sell theirs for 10.50, and they do have the valves, actually their valves are a lot nicer looking that the dfuser kit valves.bcarriveau said:You have stainless steel VS brass T's and fittings..
You also dont have the valves..
Thats abought it... opcorn:
on edit you only got 1 filter... but what are they 3.00 dollars?
Agreed. There is NO WAY that a properly running 6.0 coolant system looks like that. I thought the same thing when I saw the pics. I would strongly advise looking into where the leak is. However, even saying the above, I think it is a great idea to protect against erosion and fouling (build up of scum on the heat transfer surfaces). I'm gettin one.scottman70 said:That "crud" looks like something more than just dirty anti freeze scum.......That looks like oil and water have mixed and would result in that type of stuff getting caught in that coolant filter....I had a blown head gaskets in one of my gas engines and it made that kind of scum build up in my radiator and overflow bottle! That engine might have more going on than just dirty coolant. I would say something is obviously contaminating the coolant! That aint normal!! I am certainly not going out an buying a filter just based on those pics....I wonder if that engine has ever had head gasket issues?????