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OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? #4497811
08/25/17 01:14 PM
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Got a bunch to use if it is AOK.


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497823
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If you have clearance and the filter size 3600 doesn't hang lower than the cradle. On my 09' camry I have room to
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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497825
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The OVERSIZE is about 1.5 inches longer.


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497830
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Yup, if you have the clearance, they will work.

The 4386/3614/3600 are easily interchangeable as far as the specs go, heck, the PH16/PH8A size could also fit if there was room (same gasket size and bypass settings, just a larger diameter can)


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497838
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Also have some PSL20195 from the Kmart clearance.


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497839
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My 2010 Fusion specs the FL910s, which is equivalent to the Fram 3614 and the Bosch 3330, but I regularly use the FL400s and Fram 3600 filters.. and I currently have a Bosch D+ 3422 filter on the car.

Yes, they stick out a bit more, but I have never found it to be a problem.


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4497852
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A little more surface area just means the bypass valve never opens!


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4498013
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Originally Posted By: MrQuackers
Got a bunch to use if it is AOK.



Depends on how you define "AOK" ...

If by that you ask if the filter will fit, it's easy for you to check and see. Likely nothing bad will happen to the motor as long as the performance and size specs match up.

If by that you mean "Is there any risk to using a non-approved filter that won't qualify for any warranty coverage by the OEM or aftermarket producer, resulting in a fiscal loss, time expenditures, and emotional grief the likes of which I've never experienced before, all for no tangible benefit in filtration effect?", then the answer is it's not AOK.

Last edited by dnewton3; 08/25/17 05:14 PM.

The act of preventative maintenance, in and of itself, is FAR MORE important than brand/grade/base choices among lubes and filters.
- under maintaining something is akin to abuse/neglect; that can kill equipment by shortening the lifespan
- over maintaining something has never been proven to be anything but a waste of time and money
Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4498052
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Thank you for stopping by DN3 smile

Yep, I know a filter company will not back a non specified filter. That is a given.

Have a wonderful day laugh


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Re: OK to use OVERSIZE (D3422, XG3600 etc) for Mazda5? [Re: MrQuackers] #4498110
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Originally Posted By: MrQuackers
Thank you for stopping by DN3 smile

Yep, I know a filter company will not back a non specified filter. That is a given.

Have a wonderful day laugh


I bought several of these filters at the WM Clearance and I checked fitment on my Escape 2.5.....the bottom of the filter is still higher than the oil pan and front frame....I don't see any problem using them in my FL-910 supplication. I haven't checked fitment on my 2014 Focus but if the bottom of the filter is above other body/engine parts ..I'll use them in that application too.


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