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Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 #4446467
07/01/17 05:42 AM
07/01/17 05:42 AM
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NC, USA
spencerdiesel Offline OP
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Hey everyone, I've been reading around this forum for a while now and finally joined. I have a '92 dodge W250 with the 12 valve Cummins and have been running delo (cj4) and the Donaldson 7349 filter for about the past 3 oil changes.

I got the dbl because of the 99% efficiency @ 15 micron rating, and I like that Donaldson posts micron ratings and data for almost all their filters. However, reading some posts here it sounds as if this filter has no ADBV? I have sent 2 UOA's in (1st w/ Rotella & gold pure one filter) and all wear metals were below average on both analysis.

So what is everyone's opinion on the 7349 and does it have ADBV?

Thanks

Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: spencerdiesel] #4446470
07/01/17 05:51 AM
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The filter doesn't need an ADBV sits it mounts vertically, just like a small block chevy does.


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Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: spencerdiesel] #4446480
07/01/17 06:08 AM
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skyactiv Online content
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I'm a journeyman semi mechanic at UPS. The same engine in your truck was used in yard shifter trucks for years to move semi trailers around the yard.
Those engines last 25K hours. The biggest issue we had on the old ones was it would typically need a head gasket and an injection pump at some point.


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Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: spencerdiesel] #4446483
07/01/17 06:10 AM
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Sav ga
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I am using Donaldson bdl3998 on 3 trucks with bypass filters, I will cut open a 30k filter next week


Detroit14l 1m75k mi bp schaffer9k 30k oil
96 ram 5.9 gas 80k built tranny 5k m1
85 cj7 4.2 performance build. Schaeffer 9000
08 cbr600rr graffiti. T6
08 husky sm610 t6
Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: skyactiv] #4446544
07/01/17 08:29 AM
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Originally Posted By: skyactiv
I'm a journeyman semi mechanic at UPS. The same engine in your truck was used in yard shifter trucks for years to move semi trailers around the yard.
Those engines last 25K hours. The biggest issue we had on the old ones was it would typically need a head gasket and an injection pump at some point.


How long do the engines that leave the yard last? 25k is impressive, but moving around a parking lot isn't really hard use.


2007.5 dodge cummins 6.7 liter. Chevron Delo400 15w40. 7000 mile or 250-300hr intervals.

Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: spencerdiesel] #4446581
07/01/17 09:20 AM
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If i remember right b50 is 20,000 hrs on the isb cummins


2007.5 dodge cummins 6.7 liter. Chevron Delo400 15w40. 7000 mile or 250-300hr intervals.

Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: motor_oil_madman] #4446619
07/01/17 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted By: motor_oil_madman
Originally Posted By: skyactiv
I'm a journeyman semi mechanic at UPS. The same engine in your truck was used in yard shifter trucks for years to move semi trailers around the yard.
Those engines last 25K hours. The biggest issue we had on the old ones was it would typically need a head gasket and an injection pump at some point.


How long do the engines that leave the yard last? 25k is impressive, but moving around a parking lot isn't really hard use.
Actually is it severe.


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Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: skyactiv] #4446653
07/01/17 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted By: skyactiv
I'm a journeyman semi mechanic at UPS. The same engine in your truck was used in yard shifter trucks for years to move semi trailers around the yard.
Those engines last 25K hours. The biggest issue we had on the old ones was it would typically need a head gasket and an injection pump at some point.
At 50 MPH, that would be 1.25 million miles. Yard mule is tough, a lot of stop & go, accelerate/decelerate constantly-and most of the drivers don't exactly roll into the throttle, more like STOMP!


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Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: bullwinkle] #4446751
07/01/17 01:31 PM
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NC, USA
spencerdiesel Offline OP
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Wow a lot of responses! That makes sense about the upright filter, can oil be pulled from the filter over time after the engine is shut off and cooling? I've changed oil/seen other cummins oil changed and sometimes the filter is only about half full?

To anyone else with a 12v, how long after startup is it when your oil light goes out? Mine is 3 seconds on a cold engine in average ambient temps

My 3.4 Tacoma light goes out in about .5 seconds after startup

Re: Current opinions of Donaldson DBL7349 [Re: spencerdiesel] #4447372
07/02/17 10:43 AM
07/02/17 10:43 AM
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Sav ga
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The amount of maint short haul\ jockey trucks that are run hard need would blow most people mind, several of our trucks run 12 -20 mile routes and do several repetitive tasks generally left for jockey trucks and we put avg of 80k a year on the trucks,on avg we spend about 17k per year per truck


Detroit14l 1m75k mi bp schaffer9k 30k oil
96 ram 5.9 gas 80k built tranny 5k m1
85 cj7 4.2 performance build. Schaeffer 9000
08 cbr600rr graffiti. T6
08 husky sm610 t6

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