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I'm trying to decide between an airdog 150 or the airdogII. I know the 150 will supply more fuel than I'll need, but they are set at 15psi and I would like to be able to adjust it. 15psi is good, but is it best? I would like to see 16 to 18. Any input would be great.

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There is a second spring included that jacks it up to 17-19 PSI... Or like I did I used a shim washer on the spring and adjsted it to 17 PSI... As a matter of fact it time to do some maintenance on my AD150...

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I shimmed mine too but I'm getting 21psi now. I suppose i should take one shim out or what's the upper psi limit for the vp44?

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I'm more than happy with my Airdog 150 for fuel filtering and flow. I can't run the 2 micron filter in the winter though. Even with winter fuel addatives, the gelling fuel will clog the 2 micron filter. The 10 micron filter seems to do fine in the cold so far (to -25F). I do wish I had mounted mine like Mopar Man - in between the frame rails just behind the transfer case. He may have pictures or a technical drawing of his fabricated mount (hint hint). Just my 2 cents.:2cents:

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I'm more than happy with my Airdog 150 for fuel filtering and flow. I can't run the 2 micron filter in the winter though. Even with winter fuel addatives, the gelling fuel will clog the 2 micron filter. The 10 micron filter seems to do fine in the cold so far (to -25F). I do wish I had mounted mine like Mopar Man - in between the frame rails just behind the transfer case. He may have pictures or a technical drawing of his fabricated mount (hint hint). Just my 2 cents.:2cents:

Hint hint... :lmao:

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As for filter I've been down to -25*F with 2 micron and still no issues with gelling or plugging... :stuned:

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Thanks for the photos. :thumb1:Is that just a slab of steel with a 90 degree bend? It looks like you bolted it to the Airdog mount and sandwiched it between the frame and the frame clamp. Am I right?

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