- Nov 22, 2022
- Reaction score
- Ram Year
- Cummins 6.7
WHAT A COMPLETE JOKE!!! YOU SAID THE MANUAL STATES MOPAR. ALL I SAID IS THAT MY MANUAL SAYS RAM. NOT ONE INDECATION OF SAYING THAT I SUPPOSEDLY DO NOT KNOW THAT MOPAR IS BASCIALLY RAM AND VS. VERSA.I have been around Cummins engine for over 25 years and not the small ones is our trucks... OMG I shocked that you didn't know that Ram filters are also known as Mopar and have been for one heck of along time... And no a 4 micron filter does not meet the 3 micron nanonet spec for the engine bay filter, 4 micron is still bigger then 3 micron so it can not meet the 3 micron spec that Ram/Mopar requires or it didn't when I was in school..
BTW, no one said the filter you use is Bad not sure where that came from, I stated that 4 micron fuel filters do not meet the required 3 micron nanonet spec for those who have a OEM warranty ( hint I said OEM aka Ram) those who have an OEM warranty still need to use filters that meet OEM requirements aka the 3 micron nanonet spec, if they use any filter that is not rated at 3 micron, they run a high risk of having fuel system warranty denied because they did not use the required 3 micron nanonet filter. BTW I have seen and read the Cummins fact sheet a while ago and that sheet that has nothing to do with the Ram/Mopar 3 micron nanonet filter requirements....
IVE GIVING ALL THE FACTS AND YES ONCE AGAIN THE DURALAST FILTERS DO MEET THE REQUIREMENT, IF THEY DIDNT THEN WHY HAVE THEM ON THE MARKET? WOULDNT THERE BE CASES AGAINST THEM IF THEY ACTUALLY DAMAGED THE FUEL SYSTEM? OR MAYBE A RECALL OF THEIR FUEL FILTERS? OR JUST COMPLETELY PULLED THEM OFF THE SHELEVES? LIKE COME ON.
ANOTHER THING - I DID MENTIONED THAT MY WARRANTY (3RD PARTY) HAS NO PROBLEM WITH ME USING DURALAST FUEL FILTERS.
LASTLY - MOST STITES ONLINE DO NOT EVEN MENTION THE MICRON LEVEL FOR THE MOPAR FILTERS, SEEMS ODD............