Nice! I bought 4 Pureone's but went in another direction because of the "low" flow accusation that can cause build-up/blockage.
PureOne filters are not flow restrictive ... at least the yellow PureOnes. Not sure about the old blue version ... might have been more so.
Ok, so i've been a little paranoid in the last 24 hours, since i bought 9 Purolator Premium + Classics. I bought these instead of PureOne's to save a little $, but after doing some research, i've seen some rumors on the internet that say the Premium + has or have been using paper end caps? Is this true? Was it temporary thing? Another reason why i bought PP+ is because i do short OCIs. (4,000)
ALL Purolator Classics have metal end caps ... I have never seen or heard anything to say otherwise.
Yes Purolator Premium Plus L34875 for Mopar Severe service from Russ Knize's 1999 study.http://www.knizefamily.net/minimopar/oilfilters/mopar.html
Scroll down to last picture about 3/4 down and you will see it as well as specs (listed below also) that specify cardboard end caps.
Purolator Premium Plus L34875
Average Retail Price $7.00
Overall Filter Length ? inches
Overall Filter Diameter ? inches
Cartridge Length 4.10 inches
Cartridge Outside Diameter 3.20 inches
Cartridge Inside Diameter 1.63 inches
Cartridge Pleats 50
Cartridge End Cap Type Cardboard
Anti-Drainback Valve Type Nitrile rubber diaphragm
Bypass Valve Type Nitrile rubber diaphragm (same piece)
Element Type Paper media, glued seam
Element Length 76 inches
Element Width 4.0 inches
Element Surface Area 304 square inches
Shell Thickness 0.015 inches
Backplate Thickness 0.14 inches
Gasket Type Nitrile rubber