Originally Posted by Charlie
I don't think the water separator is in the filter it is part of the design of the filtration system.
To my knowledge, expereince (and checking the Parker web site, http://www.parker.com/literature/Rac...rochure%29.pdf
), Raycor uses the same aqua-block media in both and they both swell and close off in the presence of water.
A metal bowl is required for gasoline inboard aplication. As far As I can tell, that is the only difference. There may be gasket
I have had phase separation with gasoline and had the filters stop within 500 yards both times. Thus, the admonition to carry a spare filter, wrenches, and something to drain the water into.
Check the bowl every time when the temperature drops in the fall.