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Lift pump and filter assembly LML Duramax

Future project plan to fabricate a remote fuel filter base and lift pump

Would you do a DIY filter base & lift pump or buy a pre-fabricated one?

Poll ended at Feb 23 2021, 11:44pm

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Re: Lift pump and filter assembly LML Duramax

Postby ColdIronAxe [OP] » Jan 29 2021, 4:07am

19trax95 wrote:Yeah there are pages upon pages of back and forth on filters.

I don't know of you've seen it, but a member on the duramax forum put together a nice thread comparing the build quality and filtration of all the common oil and fuel filters. Proves you don't need to spend a ton to get a quality filter all the time.


Thats what I love about these sites. People who are share good information for everyone else to use too.
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Re: Lift pump and filter assembly LML Duramax

Postby ColdIronAxe [OP] » Feb 02 2021, 3:52am

Today I ordered a Kennedy Diesel single pump deluxe kit.

I emailed KD and spoke with him as well. Pretty knowledgeable guy and had a lot of good insight as well. I am really looking forward to this install.

As I get the parts in; I'll post pictures of the install. Hopefully it'll help out anyone else who has an interest in installing a lift pump and filter combination. I still plan on installing the fuel tank > lift pump > filter housing > fuel line to engine.
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Re: Lift pump and filter assembly LML Duramax

Postby ColdIronAxe [OP] » Feb 21 2021, 2:12am

I borrowed this idea for the setup from another guy on another GM forum, thank you sir.

So far here is the initial setup. I still have to drill a couple of mounting holes on the bracket. I’ll be installing this soon, just waiting for a day this week for the snow to melt. Or I’ll borrow a friend’s garage.
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