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Old 02-16-2009, 06:45 PM
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Default Airdog Filter Cross Reference #'s

FF100 2 Micron - Fleetgard FF5613
FF100 10 Micron - Fleetgard FF5617

WS100 - Fleetgard FS19768




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thanks for posting them up luke. i was wondering what the numbers where.
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Thank you for posting the numbers. These filters are available through any AirDog dealer. Most people have difficulty finding these filters at a diesel shop, because they are a specialty filter. The private label AirDog fuel filters sell for $15.99, while the water separator filters sell for $19.99. The fuel filter has a estimated life of 30-40,000 miles while the water separator is a lifetime "flush" filter, and only needs to be replaced if damaged.

I do caution our customers from using any filters except our private label filters or their Fleetgard counterparts. Use of an incorrect filter could void your AirDog lifetime warranty.

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I need a cross reference for an air dog fuel filter for a 2001 Dodge 5.9 diesel 24 valve. And also a cross reference for an air dog fuel separator WS80 Pure Flow.
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I need a cross reference for an air dog fuel filter for a 2001 Dodge 5.9 diesel 24 valve. And also a cross reference for an air dog fuel separator WS80 Pure Flow.
You are looking for the same numbers as listed at the top of the post by Luke.

The WS80 and the WS100 are the same filters.

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Luke notes a 2 Micron and a 10 Micron
which comes with the factory setup?
I have recently installed a Fp-150 and would like a spare filtre. Which would you recommend?
why are there 2 options for the Micron?....
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Luke notes a 2 Micron and a 10 Micron
which comes with the factory setup?
I have recently installed a Fp-150 and would like a spare filtre. Which would you recommend?
why are there 2 options for the Micron?....

The AirDog systems come with the 2 Micron filter equipped from the factory. The 2 Micron filter provides the best filtration, while the 10 micron filter provides the best flow. Some of our customers choose to run the 10 micron filter in cold weather, to allow the fuel to flow through the filter easier.

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thanks for the explanation, helps a lot ...
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thanks for the explanation, helps a lot ...
No problem at all, I am happy to help. Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

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i have the air dog 150 on my 99 cummins and ive been running additive so it doesnt freeze up and its still doing it. im going to change to a 10 micron filter for the stock 2 micron and hope that it helps. The guy that works on my truck was saying that this new fuel waxs up and will kill the filter anyone heard of that? he said the old fuel would gel and you could put additive in it and it would clear up but fuel now waxs up and wont clear up
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