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Bosch D+ D3410 #4487927
08/13/17 09:13 PM
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I have two Bosch D+ D3410 filters. One has a date code of F04H12F1 and has louver holes on the center tube, the other has a date code of F06G18F1 and has circular holes on the center tube.

I don't think I really care about the actual dates because these are both fairly new, but I was just wondering when they switched designs for the holes in the center tube? Does it really matter louver vs. round?


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Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4487944
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F06G18F1 = 6/18/2015

F04H12F1 = 4/12/2016

So the switch to louvers was somewhere between those two dates. I think it was near the end of 2015 or beginning of 2016 time frame.

Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4487981
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I have before me, these D+ as well:

F07F18F1 = holes
F08G28F1 = Louvers
F12G16F1 = Louvers


"The evidence demands a verdict".
(Re:VOA)"it's nearly impossible to actually know the particular additives that are in there at what concentrations."
Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4488116
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I know I have 2 of the PH3600 size (not sure of the D+ # for them) and one has holes, the other has good looking louvers (2 others at Walmart did not, so I passed on them).
Need to go look at the date codes on them.


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Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: blupupher] #4488325
08/14/17 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted By: blupupher
I know I have 2 of the PH3600 size (not sure of the D+ # for them) and one has holes, the other has good looking louvers (2 others at Walmart did not, so I passed on them).
Need to go look at the date codes on them.


I believe the D+ version of the PH3600 is a D3422.
I picked up a few of these at WM for $3 each....some have holes some have louvers....


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Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4488339
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^^^Yes, D3422, I got some on clearance for the 1.9 DOHC S-series


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Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4488488
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D3421 is also the same as a 3600, but the bypass valve is a higher PSI setting


"The evidence demands a verdict".
(Re:VOA)"it's nearly impossible to actually know the particular additives that are in there at what concentrations."
Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4491512
08/17/17 10:37 PM
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My local WM had about 20 BOSCH oil filters for .25 cents each. I don't remember the part #'s, but none of them fit my truck.

Re: Bosch D+ D3410 [Re: Triton_330] #4491753
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And these things used to be expensive. sick


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