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Old 03-18-2024, 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Stitch King
I'm doing the pre-season maintenance stuff on my boat and found in-line fuel filters mounted to the stringers (in addition to the Quicksilver spin-on's) and don't know if this is a Cobalt thing or something the previous owner had done.

Does anyone else have in-line fuel filters? They are not the barb fitting type. They are threaded at both ends with what might be brass flare fittings.

I want to replace them with new but can't find numbers on them to give me a hint.

Thanks in advance.
No inline fuel filters on stringers install on my boat. Might be an auto parts special, likely easiest to remove and take with you to a store and find replacements. pretty sure the OEM ones are fuel filters with a built in fuel water separator.
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