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Racor Turbine Series fuel filter water separator service kits include replacement parts for the Racor Turbine Series Fuel Filter/Water Separators. Various kits include parts to maintain seals, bowls, and drains.
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Seal Service Kit
Seal Service Kit
Bowl Drain Gasket Kit
The photo for this product is different from the one on the Parker-Hannefin site (https://www.parker.com/Literature/Racor/15212_Rev_B_500_Seal_Service_Kit.pdf) specifically, the photo you show for the RK15211 includes the 4 bowl screws. But, the photo and list of materials on the Parker page for this kit does NOT show the 4 bowl screws. Are the screws included, or not? The main reason I need this kit is to replace the bowl screws which are rusty. Thank you. Jordan Bigel
The kit does not come with screws. JD does not sell the screws but the RACOR part number is RK15081.
Hello,I am looking to rebuild my racor 500 FG SS fuel filter as there is some growth in the sight bowl. The old rebuild kit on board was labeled part number 15212. The closest kit I see listed on your site is part number 15211. Will 15211 service my 500 FG SS Racor fuel filter?Thank you,Brett Smith
I don't believe the 500 series filter has changed over the years. They may have updated the items in the kit and changed the number but the sizes should be the same.
JD Tech Team
Fuel drained back to tank from filter......??
Filters don't have one way valves, so the fuel will drain by gravity or suction.You should have a shut off valve before the filter, use it when changing the filterIf your fuel drains out of the filter after you run the motor you have an air leak on the engine side of the filter or at the filter
I assume your fuel lines are connected correctlyTherefore, the only way for fuel to get back to the tank would be via the non return valveEither the ball is damaged or the gasket is damaged or incorrectly fitted
You have an air leak for it to siphon back.
ALVIN D. OSTERBACK
I need more details to answer the question.
Sounds like you have the check ball not installed right.
I got just what I ordered. Great concept
Just follow the directions. TOO easy.
everthing needed to rebuild and the instructions to do it