Can I use WMO on my 2007 3500 Dodge diesel

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Pall hc7400smz4z filter before interning my vehicle and on my truck after the factory housing plus the (magic beads).
 

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Ok, I see. I misread that. Thanks for clarifying. I'm using a series of 10 inch whole house filters, they've held up very well for the last couple years and are very cheap to replace. I'm definitely going to look into adding a magic bead setup somewhere in line. I don't typically have an issue with water, always do a hot pan test but anything that could make it cleaner is always welcome.
 

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Yes I use a series of filters before the final one that are cheap to replace as well. It's the way to go.
 

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To the fellas using common rail cummins. If you are using an efi live tune with cps5 switching on the fly. The 30hp eco tune which is no additional fueling but typically a bit more timing like 6-12 degrees advance will cut down a lot on particulates when running wmo blends. Just my testing results.
 

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I set out to buy something to run wmo and ignorantly bought a 6.7. After 3K dollars it worked. I've been running heated - centrifudged wmo, atf, and such and the truck loves it. If I could do it again I'd buy a 5.9 and not deal with the deletes.
Hey there yousave1. I seen your post and im curious if you are still running the 6.7 on wmo.
I have a 2008 6.7 deleted with stock injectors but has aftermarket turbo and manifold with fass 220gph lift pump. I also have slip tank in bed that holds 75 gallons. I just bought a pa biodiesel centrifuge and i just cleaned 55 gallons of hydraulic oil. Im able to get a endless Supply of hydraulic oil and wmo. Id really like to run this in my trk but dont want to screw up injectors or cp3. Tia
 

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Hey there yousave1. I seen your post and im curious if you are still running the 6.7 on wmo.
I have a 2008 6.7 deleted with stock injectors but has aftermarket turbo and manifold with fass 220gph lift pump. I also have slip tank in bed that holds 75 gallons. I just bought a pa biodiesel centrifuge and i just cleaned 55 gallons of hydraulic oil. Im able to get a endless Supply of hydraulic oil and wmo. Id really like to run this in my trk but dont want to screw up injectors or cp3. Tia
If you look at that guys profile, he hasn't logged in since 2012.
I wouldn't run anything newer than a first generation 7.3 powerstroke on WMO. I'm sure people do, but if you screw things up thats big $$$.
I'd stick to mechanically injected diesels for alternative fuels, like old school Mercedes, IDI fords and Chevys, and the 5.9 Cummins. Id even be cautious on the first generation powerstrokes, those injectors aren't cheep and they're buried under the Valve cover.
 

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