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'03-'07 Dodge 5.9L Cummins Billet Fuel Filter Eliminator

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Stock Fuel Filter Housing Eliminator '03 thru '07 Dodge Ram
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2003-2007 GDP Billet Filter Eliminator

Not using the stock fuel filter anymore? Tired of staring at the empty housing under your hood? Then we have the answer for you! The GDP Billet Filter Eliminator. We recieved numerous requests for a solution to remove the stock fuel filter canister after a stand alone filtration system or AirDog had been installed. You asked for it and we listened!

The Billet Filter Eliminator allows removal of the stock fuel filter canister on '03-'07 5.9L Dodge Rams and replaces it with our custom billet manifold. By using a rigid mount we eliminate any chance of return line cracks due to an unsupported connection.

The Filter Eliminator manifold allows the two low pressure return lines to be connected at the exact factory locations. CNC billet aluminum construction ensures fitment is an exact duplicate of the stock filter canister. The connection points of the stock return lines have been perfectly matched and installation is a snap.

The final touch to a custom lift pump installation!

Shipping Information

  • Item Requires Shipping
  • 1.0 lbs.
  • W11.0000” x H7.0000” x L1.0000”

Customer Reviews

Comment Total Reviews (1)

Nicely crafted, heavy duty Fuel Filter Delete
  • Currently 5/5 Stars

Reviewed by: Anonymous09/20/2017 06:54AM

Product ownership: Less than 1 year

Purchased from: Glacier Diesel Power, Inc.

Comments:
Reviewer: J.D. From CA US

Installed a GDP MK-2+ BigLine kit in-line with a AirDog-II lift pump system, all purchased through GDP. With the double fuel filtration, theres no longer a need for the OEM fuel filter. This unit is a great way to declutter the engine bay by removing the OEM filter and installing this delete in place. Looks great and is bullet proof.

TIP: when installing this Fuel Filter delete, attach your 2 lower fittings first to ensure good threading along with using NEW crush washers, then attach it to the engine block. I did it the other way and it was difficult attaching the lines to the delete and I ended up having a fuel leak. Once I detached everything, and reinstalled in the manner as I suggested above, it's worked flawlessly with no leaks.

A++++

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