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Old 04-12-2008, 01:10 PM
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Who has a alternative to a latham marine filter (they are exspensive).....There has to be a way to plumb in something less exspensive that suits the same purpose?

Also what pressure due the systems run at...
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did you try imco? their prices are alot more realistic
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Their is no way i am paying 150 bucks for a power steering filter....Their has to be someone out there that has a filter for high pressure stuff that will work......If i could figure out what the pressure is for the pump then i would know what filter would work???
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I have a brand new Imco $100.00
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I have a few items in stock and always glad to help. You should stop by with Dave I got some cool toys in the shop. Just started a 22 Donzi classic with a 496 HO. We are adding Raylar kit, CMI sport tubes, Eddie Marine tabs, Zeiger steering, billet shifter, Imco 2 inch shorty and a ton of bling.
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Go to a local Hydraulic supply store or shop. I got one with fittings for under $50 bucks. It's not anodized but it doesn't corrode either.
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