BYPASS OIL FILTERS
Posted Thu, Apr 12 2012 03:17 PM CST
TY BAILEY
TY CASEY BAILEY
VAL VERDE, CA
661-775-8921

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Posted Fri, Apr 13 2012 12:26 PM CST
DAVID W. HENK
ACE CATTLE EXPRESS LLC
NEW BRAUNFELS, TX
830-629-6468

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If you lisiten to sirus 106 "Road Dog", then you have heard Kevin Rutherford hawking the OPS Eco Pure By Pass oil filtra system. I decided to give it a try. I just installed it several weeks ago so the jury is still out. I will say that Artie at OPS was great. The techinical support staff was also great. I am not very mechcanical but it was an easy install. The kit came complete with eveything I needed. I did modify the mounting bracket with some 2" stand off sleves and longer mounting bolts to clear a loom of air lines and wires. My oil preasure and oil temperture stayed the same. After about five thousand miles the oil does look cleaner on the dip stick. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Fri, Apr 13 2012 12:57 PM CST
TY BAILEY
TY CASEY BAILEY
VAL VERDE, CA
661-775-8921

Posts: 2
Thanks for the information. What I'm really looking for is information on running a bypass filter system on a 2012 ISX Cummins. Also, which bypass models they are using and what results they are getting. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE