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Old 02-22-2007, 03:51 AM   #1
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What Oil Filters TO Use, And Not To Use

This seems like pretty good information. I think I'm going to stop buying Fram Filters.

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Old 02-22-2007, 08:14 AM   #2
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ya thats been around a good long time, I use a ford oem oil filter... does the job fine
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Actually just seen those links a few days ago on another board
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I use a STP filter. It does it's job I guess
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I just use whatever is cheapest
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i use wixx in the stang, no problems with them
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Fram on the GT, used a K&N on the Cobra, if anything the only difference was mental and 2$

Royal Purple for all lubricants though.
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Motorcraft, Motorcraft, and oh yeah, Motorcraft.
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Motorcraft, Motorcraft, and oh yeah, Motorcraft.
you know, you should really give Motorcraft a try sometime
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I will be using Motorcraft on my next oil change.

BTW Thomas you should read the links.
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Re: What Oil Filters TO Use, And Not To Use

4 years ago we cut open oil filters in class

we used fram, motorcraft, delco and purolator

the fram was a joke, the other 3 were pretty similar, I wouldn't touch a fram with a 10 foot pole
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