Inside carbon ? ..... Inside cardboard ? ..... whatcha talking about here exactly ?How do you get the inside carbon out of the TP ?
Moose,use one anyway ... its your engine.
and yes ,i am aware of the reduction in payload as a results of using them ...
OVM, I've never been afraid of a little work .... well ..... maybe in my younger days .... but that was mostly due to illegal substances ..... ..... once we got that all straightened around, work wasn't so much of a problem anymore.And all this work on this system is for....?????
I'd sure take it if I can get it ..... what about you ?A million miles?
Very cool. Thanks for posting this.
I think I can see from the picture that you use non-quilted. Is quilted ok? Also, I can't tell... Is that 2-ply?
Moose,do your self a fervor , and B4 you buy the spinner , call a few of the by pass filters sells mans , and ask them why not to buy a spinner.
Well, I just cleaned out my Inbox .... perhaps you could drop me a PM and let me know what I should be concerned about, if you don't feel comfortable posting it publicly. Thanks.i will not posts it here , because you have already mention the product .
I think I may have mentioned this another thread, but I'm going to be moving from the TP bypass filter to a centrifuge bypass filter for the engine oil. The TP bypass filter will be moved over to the Cummins in my Dodge RAM, since it sees about 1/20 the miles yearly that the Sprinter does.
Hopefully, this will be even more cost effective, since it should significantly reduce the amount of makeup oil - since the "spinner" doesn't actually have a filter element and I won't be losing any oil as a consequence of changing filter elements.
The model I decided to go with is Mann+Hummel "Spinner 25" unit, marketed in the U.S. by T.F. Hudkins:
Spinner 25 Installation & Service Instructions
I've seen these units retail from $400 to $600 (the Iowa80 Truckstop sells 'em) .... but I found a very good price on them ($179 + $10 for the mounting bracket) from a place that sells stuff for bio-diesel production - Fryer-to-Fuel:
Spinner 25 Limited Special
Yeah ...... that's a nice feature.What I like about it is that it has a valve that stops the oil flow when the pressure drops below 20 psi (idle). Good price.