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    I had this Racor water in the filter alarm in my bowpicker, they work with diesel but might not work on gas engines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    I had this Racor water in the filter alarm in my bowpicker, they work with diesel but might not work on gas engines.
    https://www.fisheriessupply.com/raco...uzzer-rk-20726
    I check them as a pre check for every trip. But alarms are nicer than dead boat!!


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    I drain my fuel tanks when I put the boat up for the winter. Change the filters out in the spring when getting it ready to fire up. Never had a problem in the past 37 years.
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    Don't be afraid of Seafoam in your engines. I've been using it for 30 years in my inboard gas and diesel and outboards. Love the stuff and trust in implicity.
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    I’d like to replace my fuel filter (Sierra 18-7945) with a racor with the clear bowl in the bottom. Can I just find another that fits? I looked online a bit but didn’t find anything. My kicker has the racor with the bowl but not my main, just the filter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy82Hoyt View Post
    I’d like to replace my fuel filter (Sierra 18-7945) with a racor with the clear bowl in the bottom. Can I just find another that fits? I looked online a bit but didn’t find anything. My kicker has the racor with the bowl but not my main, just the filter.
    You should be able to change the parts, I'd go talk to westmarine. I had a single sierra filter that I switched out to a filter and bowl (also sierra). Sorry, I don't have easy access to it right now otherwise I'd have part numbers.
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