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Old 02-15-2011, 12:08 PM   #16  
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Based on what we know today yes that is a fair conclusion. I am working on getting data from Baldwin on the BF1259.
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Old 02-15-2011, 12:18 PM   #17  
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Old 02-15-2011, 02:36 PM   #18  
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Thanks AH64ID.


Baldwin BF1259 (F/W):

90 gph SAE Ji985 10um, 99.9% contaminant removal exceeds Cummins 98.7% spec

98.9% Emulsified Water Removal exceeds cummins spec of 95.0%

55.1g holding capacity exceeds 52.0g spec.

Also appears to exceed the BF1212 and the Fleetguard FS1000.

I have run it on my Fass 150/150 so I know it fits - Thread 1-14, OD 3 11/16, length 9 19/32 (note it is a longer filter).

Seems to be the way to go for a FW on the Fass 150/150 IF a good filter is used and the install can accommodate the length.
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I just ordered filters for my Airdog 100 and went with the Baldwin BF1275 and Donaldson P551315. I am still using the PF7977 in the factory can for my last chance filter. Hope this helps with injector life.... Suckers are too expensive to have to rebuild them every 87,000 miles.
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Old 05-02-2012, 03:31 PM   #20  
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AH, have you seen this one FF5782?
It states 98.7 of all particles as small as 4 micron.

According to the mag I am lookin at it also says "shows no signs of injector wear at more than 190 hrs of testing."


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Old 05-03-2012, 10:48 AM   #21  
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Looks like a good filter, IIRC the thread pitch is wrong but I'll try to find out.
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:15 PM   #22  
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good info right there, thanks!

Now unfortunately for moi, I have a FASS 95/200. SOOOOOO....

Considering the fuel flow requirement (200gph), looks like I'm up a creek, eh?
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So they put the original 95 pump filters on a 200GPH pump?
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Got my filters in today. They are going on the truck tonight as long as I don't get rained out...LOL

Thanks Ah64ID for the research. I got the best I could get until any new ones come out.
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Just had one issue on the install. Had to move the pump assembly over a bit. The Donaldson filter was hitting on the mounting bracket and wouldn't seal up. No issues other than that. I did loose about .5 to 1 psi of fuel pressure. No biggy though.
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Whats with the *** by the P551315 filter?

Will the threads fit my AD150 system?
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Old 07-04-2012, 09:53 PM   #27  
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I've been running the drop in filter elements since 2000. Until I went to the Balwin PF 2-5 micron seris, all my filters were always tan in color when removed at 10,000 miles.

Ever since I changed to Bladwin everyone has been black when removed. So for sure the Baldwin Filter is doing a better job.

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