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Old 01-23-2011, 10:04 PM
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Ellensburg Diesel Mechanic??

Hello to all,
Does anyone know of a top diesel mechanic that knows his F350 7.3L's in Ellensburg?
I just purchased a 2003 and this ole man with a broken back can not perform any work on his vehcile.
I appreciate any responses,

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lifting something very heavy. Have you used Rotela T? Wix filter?

Used to use Del but looking into this.
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Personally, I only use Chevron lubricants in my stuff. We use Union 76 oil and hydraulic fluid where I work, and it seems to work just fine. I think pretty much any name brand oil you use will be fine, as long as it's not like the Wal-mart brand.

I think Wix filters are the best you can buy besides K&N or Royal Purple. Napa filters are made by Wix, so they're just as good though I'm not sure whether or not they're any less expensive.
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