Increases fuel efficiency by removing water, dirt and other impurities
For use with any 2- and 4-cycle outboard, inboard and inboard/outboard motors
Includes a bracket and spin-on-style filter
The Bass Pro Shops Fuel Filter and Water Separator Kit increases fuel efficiency by removing water, dirt and other impurities from your fuel. The kit is designed for use with any 2- and 4-cycle outboard, inboard and inboard/outboard motors and includes a bracket and spin-on-style filter. When bracket and filter are put together, the height is 6.75". Filter has a 10 micron rating.
Replacement filter cartridges for the Fuel Filter and Water Separator Kit are also available.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wotfishingteam Product looks good
I just received my fuel filter & when I opened the box, saw that it did not come with the required barbs for the fuel lines to attach to. Just make sure if you buy this to also get the barbs. I will write another review after I run the boat with the filter installed. It looks like a good product though. Shipping was quite slow however so be prepared for that.
March 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rainman2 Easy to install--looks great!
For the money this kit is everything and more a guy could ask for. The inlet and outlet options make installation a breeze, will fit/work in almost any space or configuration. There are no clamps, brass fittings or thread sealer included, I'm guessing if they were this would drive the price up. So, figure on spending another $5-6 to complete the install.
March 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by FieldMechanic80 Works real good.
This is a great filter set up for the price. I mounted mine my self and it works great I prefer a filter like this instead of the ones that have a plastic drain on the bottom because those all ways break all the time on me when I had those. I have it mounted on a 115 hp. Merc. out board and it works great.
June 15, 2009
I changed mine once a year. My Lake Erie boat had water in the gas when I bought it and I put a fuel-water mixer I bought at a marina which blended the water into the gas and I had no more problem with it after that, so then I put a seperator kit on it. My tank was 53 gallon and made of aluminum.
No, when the filter is full it is disposed of and you replace the filter much like you do when you have an oil change on your vehicle. They do make filters with a water drain off but, it has been my experience that they are made of a cheap plastic and they brake really easy. This happens with very little pressure and something as simple as a battery jumping could smash that filter leaving you stranded. Stick with this type of filter, you won't be disappointed.