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The GUD fuel filter with the straight piepie, not bent, is E13. I quite like the idea of the bent piepie though and must remember that for future reference. Pretty sure that would be easier to manoeuvre back into position
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Peter Connan wrote: 28 May 2022 06:51 Fanus, the number I gave you is either FRAM or GUD. Just can't remember which.
It is gud ag1001 :salute:
Midas didnt have in stock, mine is quite dirty though.
Will have to look somewhere else....
Or can it be cleaned? :think:
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My local Midas orders me the AG1001 when they are out of stock, they never take more than 3 days to get it
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SJC wrote: 28 May 2022 11:03 Fuel filter currently in vehicle is a fram g5237.
Was no stock in this exact filter so got a Luma ff100.
This luma filter is not going to work. The direction is swapped.
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SJC wrote: 28 May 2022 13:21
Peter Connan wrote: 28 May 2022 06:51 Fanus, the number I gave you is either FRAM or GUD. Just can't remember which.
It is gud ag1001 :salute:
Midas didnt have in stock, mine is quite dirty though.
Will have to look somewhere else....
Or can it be cleaned? :think:
You can blow it out with compressed air, but it doesn't make it like new, just buys you a week or two. Just order it.

I used to use E13 fuel filters, but my car didn't have the spring clip anymore.
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KOOS BEST wrote: 23 Jun 2009 07:50
For my Y 60 GQ TD42 vin no JNTNRSY6040510774
OIL FILTER GUD 2 X Z 292
DIESEL FILTER FRAM 4922
AIR FILTER GUD 1001
FRONT PADS FEREODO FDB 643
REAR PADS FERODO FDB 937

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TRANFER BOX CASTROL VMX MANUAL 1.5 LT
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FRONT DIFF CASTROL EPX 80/90 HYPOID 5.2 LT
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Spike wrote: 28 May 2022 12:01 The GUD fuel filter with the straight piepie, not bent, is E13. I quite like the idea of the bent piepie though and must remember that for future reference. Pretty sure that would be easier to manoeuvre back into position
Ended up getting the Fram g4777 (e13).
My old filter is metal all the way around, this one is plastic at the top.. :think:
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Eish this bend in the pipe...
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Fixed. :wink:
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Find a spring that fits fairly nicely around the pipe, that will stop it kinking.

Or fit a longer pipe

Or move the filter.
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