:thumbup: thanks Wottie, got a Baldwin to use as my secondary filter. At the moment running twin cav types, one as original on the engine
and one as a primary in the fuel
I figure that having two in series will still help catch slightly more particles than just one filter on its own. And both have water
traps which will be working together.
I am installing a bypass valve so if the primary is blocked I can open the bypass and then change out the primary while the engines running, with the secondary filter doing the work. This also means I can change the primary without having to bleed the whole system. This seems to me like a simpler way than two parallel filters and a secondary for our small auxiliary yacht engines.
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