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Old 12-09-2019, 11:39   #1
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identifying Racor part number

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I have a 1 year old racor fuel water separator that is missing a label showing part number or specs. Can someone help me identify it? flow rate and filter size is what I need.. I want to replace the filter element. Here is a picture:


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Old 12-09-2019, 12:11   #2
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Re: identifying Racor part number

Looks like a 500

https://www.dieselfiltersonline.com/500mam2-parker-racor-fg-fuel-filt-water-sep-marine-metal-bowl.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjw2efrBRD3ARIsAEnt0eiRWogByp-4FVDN4tCmrossC1fXXWUTCQGjL8Vvqu8rOBLyOq0KfFUaAgkcE ALw_wcB
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I have a 1 year old racor fuel water separator that is missing a label showing part number or specs. Can someone help me identify it? flow rate and filter size is what I need.. I want to replace the filter element. Here is a picture:

Racor offers different density filter elements (30/20/10/2 micron, for example), so you can match what your engine maker recommends. Engine documentation should speak to that, then see the Parker/Racor websites...

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Re: identifying Racor part number

take the cap off, there should be markings/parts numbers on the top of the filter. I can tell you one thing.. you do not have near enough rust on it.
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Racor offers different density filter elements (30/20/10/2 micron, for example), so you can match what your engine maker recommends. Engine documentation should speak to that, then see the Parker/Racor websites...

I should have also mentioned the existing color-coded filter element will show part number and density information, too.

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Take the filter element to Napa Auto, they can find a new element, the parts from Napa work just fine
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Looks like a Racor Marine 900 Turbine Series Fuel Filter/Water Separator. Please see the link to a photo that appears to match the photo of your filter.

https://www.westmarine.com/buy/racor...ater-separator
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