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Year 2018 6 Best oil filters #4638274
01/17/18 11:11 PM
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These are supposed to be the top 6 best oil filters of year 2018. I think fram ultra should be number 1.
https://youtu.be/cavvf1LaLWk

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638285
01/17/18 11:17 PM
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I also think the Fram ultra should be #1. But they didn't ask us BITOG people did they?

Last edited by old1; 01/17/18 11:18 PM.

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Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638292
01/17/18 11:24 PM
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Tbh M1 does have a great product. However, I wouldn't trust that website in the video. Something tells me that their sources are not reliable.


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Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638295
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Video was comple garbage ... Ezvid Wiki probably never heard of the Ultra or about media tearing on Bosch & Motorcraft filters. LOL

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638301
01/17/18 11:30 PM
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Thanks for sharing, but I think I just wasted 3 minutes, 9 seconds of my life. I like the Fram Ultra filer as well but who is EZVid and what are their qualifications. Nice fancy software however.

SF

Last edited by Snagglefoot; 01/17/18 11:31 PM.

If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638329
01/18/18 12:06 AM
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The Fram orange can shouldn't have been on the list at all -- neither should the Bosch (that's actually a Purolator). And they should've made the list either all spin-ons or all cartridges -- not both.

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638337
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Internet Junk. puke

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If you want the job done right......do it yourself.
Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638428
01/18/18 07:07 AM
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What complete rubbish...


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Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638597
01/18/18 10:38 AM
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The best oil filter is the air filter. The second best oil filter are the ones that do not fail.


"Don't let your preconceived notions get in the way of facts."
Geoff Metcalf
Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638742
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It's only January how do they know what filters may come up the next eleven months? Saying what will be best in the future is nonsense.

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638757
01/18/18 01:31 PM
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I know of an oil filter that "won't fail" but can't mention it by name for another eleven and a half months.

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638793
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Donaldson Synteq FOR THE WIN! grin grin grin


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Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: CajunLariat] #4638887
01/18/18 03:27 PM
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I think that when I pick a subject from the internet next time I will leave out computer animated British voices. And a better oil filter video.
If you look real close you can see the silicon anti drain valve in the picture of the new extra gaurd oil filter.
http://www.fram.com/products/consumer-products/oil-filters/fram-extra-guardsup-sup-oil-filter/

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: Yah-Tah-Hey] #4638962
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Originally Posted By: HosteenJorje
I know of an oil filter that "won't fail" but can't mention it by name for another eleven and a half months.


Let me guess ... does it start with D and end with O? LOL

Re: Year 2018 6 Best oil filters [Re: Yah-Tah-Hey] #4638966
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Originally Posted By: HosteenJorje
I know of an oil filter that "won't fail" but can't mention it by name for another eleven and a half months.
thankyou

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