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Oerthedge21

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Does anyone have any experience with his kit? I did a little searching in here but nobody seems to have tried them. I'm in the process of rebuilding my LDS, which I have a thread running on as well. I flipped my lift pump on yesterday for some reason because I was bored, and immediately got fuel spraying out of my primary filter somehwere. I'm not sure where, I'm gonna grab a soldier B today and try to find t. Anyway, if it's an issue I'm gonna just switch it to spin ons since its due for replacement filters anyway. This kit however replaces the whole canister block with two spin on bases and comes with all the hoses, and it's not much more costly than the JaTonka kit, but it also eliminates the old series style filter setup. Here's a link to it.
https://mvpartstore.com/products/multifuel-spin-on-fuel-filter-conversion-kit

Maybe I couldn't find any reviews because they're no good, or just nobody has used them, or maybe I'm just another one of those fools who can't figure out the search feature.
 
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Elijah95

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I’ve done a lot of business with Ken Spencer that runs that store and designs all of the products; I know he put several months R&D into them, and every filter kit he puts out is very well designed and works excellent. 10/10 would recommend, his customer service is A1 if you have any questions reach out to him.


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Fatalid

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Yes! I run this exact kit.

Kit works perfectly, and you couldn’t ask for a more complete package... HOWEVER ... you have start from the understanding that no two deuces are the same! With that being said, I had to go to the hydraulic hose store twice to finish the install.

So keep in mind that your deuce may / may not have the correct fittings at every junction, and you may still need to customize it for your vehicle.IMG_1097.JPG


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rustystud

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Woodinville, Washington
Does anyone have any experience with his kit? I did a little searching in here but nobody seems to have tried them. I'm in the process of rebuilding my LDS, which I have a thread running on as well. I flipped my lift pump on yesterday for some reason because I was bored, and immediately got fuel spraying out of my primary filter somehwere. I'm not sure where, I'm gonna grab a soldier B today and try to find t. Anyway, if it's an issue I'm gonna just switch it to spin ons since its due for replacement filters anyway. This kit however replaces the whole canister block with two spin on bases and comes with all the hoses, and it's not much more costly than the JaTonka kit, but it also eliminates the old series style filter setup. Here's a link to it.
https://mvpartstore.com/products/multifuel-spin-on-fuel-filter-conversion-kit

Maybe I couldn't find any reviews because they're no good, or just nobody has used them, or maybe I'm just another one of those fools who can't figure out the search feature.
Looks just like the one I made years ago for under $100.00 . Wonder where he got the idea from ?
 
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