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Old 07-24-2014, 09:03 AM   #1
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Fram's may be inexpensive and have cool advertisements but::::
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Me too !!!!

Fram sure puts a lot of effort into their advertisements but I never seen them do a cut-away of their filters. Now I can see why.
I think that a Motorcraft Filter is about one of the best. A Delco is probably just as good and I would guess still better then a FRAM.
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I agree with you on the Fram...that "oil guy" did talks about this awhile back; Fram rated low on his radar as well.
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