IdI Fuel Hardline Delete-Thanks Russ!!

92 dizzel

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So today I was pulling the water fuel separator to fix the infamous fuel heater plug seal leak and decided to install the top side hardline delete kit that i got from Russ' Diesel in Oregon. It was a great fit, plug n play. It makes me kind-of sick because I spent hours trying to make my own without success. Notice in the pic that I also deleted the fuel heater plug with an expansion plug.

I also got rebuilt injectors and a return line kit from Russ, and I couldn't be happier. The injectors work great so far (I still have a chug chug rattle but I don't think it's injectors). The return line kit also came with the olives for the fuel hardlines, which are difficult to find. Very nice touch.

Someone tell Russ thanks for me.

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You can always just say, Thanks @typ4 ! :Thumbs Up


Didn't know his screen name. Lol.

@typ4 thanks for a great product and a very nice set of injectors! I saw an immediate improvement in performance with your injectors. Here's the kicker: the injectors that were in it were already "rebuilt" by a local shop, and then I pulled them out twice and worked on them myself! Awesome job
 

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So today I was pulling the water fuel separator to fix the infamous fuel heater plug seal leak and decided to install the top side hardline delete kit that i got from Russ' Diesel in Oregon. It was a great fit, plug n play. It makes me kind-of sick because I spent hours trying to make my own without success. Notice in the pic that I also deleted the fuel heater plug with an expansion plug.

I also got rebuilt injectors and a return line kit from Russ, and I couldn't be happier. The injectors work great so far (I still have a chug chug rattle but I don't think it's injectors). The return line kit also came with the olives for the fuel hardlines, which are difficult to find. Very nice touch.

Someone tell Russ thanks for me.

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Top pic at filter head will the brass fitting screw on to the existing factory 90 without leaking?
I don't need another 90 got my kit making sure i don't need another 90 to replace the factory 90..
Thanks
 

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