Heck yeah, I'm digging the connectors. What tubing did you use for them? Think of it this way Mike, at least you don't have to go back through your 8.8 (after 6 goes at getting the mesh "perfect") because you read "ft lbs" vice inch lbs on the pinion bearing drag. Thank the almighty I'm too busy working on Chrysler stuff to move the car anywhere but off the trailer. Otherwise, I would have to fire my mechanic.
Well, Both of those filters are installed prepump. Ideally, I woulda put the 10 micron infront, and the 100 micron after, but I wanted to keep them both the same, and they are both -8. The pump is -6 out, and you cant get a 100 micron -6 filter w/o spending a buttload of money.Question: isn't one of those filters supposed to be installed pre-pump?
Wait a minute,...you mean advises against using a 100 micron filter before the pump,.....that would be a potential choke point. A 10 micron will allow small children to pass through it. That pump is rated 110 GPH free flow, 83 GPH at 40psi, and 63 at 65psi. If I remove the 100 micron filter in front, all I'm left w/for options is placing it inline upstream somewhere. I'll have to down convert it to -6. Or, I'll have to do away w/ it altogether. Arent you using a 10 micron then 100 micron combo in your system?I'm not sure what the flow rate of your pump is, but my pump manufacturer advises against a 10 micron filter before the pump. It can inhibit flow through the pump. Mine is a 140gph pump though. You may not have to worry about it.
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