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New oil filter cutter #5079202 04/18/19 07:26 PM
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Speedway motors $50.00 bucks with shipping

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Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: kstanf150] #5079228 04/18/19 07:57 PM
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Filter porn. Love it! Cut some stuff open already!

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Originally Posted by SubieRubyRoo
Filter porn. Love it! Cut some stuff open already!


🤣🤣
I tell ya what Subie
You call it
Is there a filter you’d like to see cut open and I’ll do it just for you
You pick !👍

Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: kstanf150] #5079244 04/18/19 08:14 PM
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Well I'm an M20x1.5 kinda guy, and there are never any Baldwins. If you're up to it, that would be awesome. But if all you got are some virgin and/or used Motorcrafts, that's fine too. Popping your cherry is the important part! LOL

While I know it is possible for some manufacturers to have "bad" filter models, I believe that overall, cutting open any filter will give you some insight into that manufacturer's belief in quality. It's part of the reason I've migrated almost exclusively to Napa Gold filters. I don't think I've ever seen a "bad" Napa Gold spin-on cut open on this site. That's why my vote for board member of the year always goes to 53' Stude for his innumerable contributions to the board knowledge base on filters!

Important part: Have fun! Life is too short to not enjoy it.

Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #5079258 04/18/19 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by SubieRubyRoo
Well I'm an M20x1.5 kinda guy, and there are never any Baldwins. If you're up to it, that would be awesome. But if all you got are some virgin and/or used Motorcrafts, that's fine too. Popping your cherry is the important part! LOL

While I know it is possible for some manufacturers to have "bad" filter models, I believe that overall, cutting open any filter will give you some insight into that manufacturer's belief in quality. It's part of the reason I've migrated almost exclusively to Napa Gold filters. I don't think I've ever seen a "bad" Napa Gold spin-on cut open on this site. That's why my vote for board member of the year always goes to 53' Stude for his innumerable contributions to the board knowledge base on filters!

Important part: Have fun! Life is too short to not enjoy it.


My cherry got popped about 1975 thank you sir
But that’s another subject for another day

I’ll have to order a Baldwin and I’d be glad to do it
Nobody around here stocks Baldwin

But your right about enjoying life, when you do what I’d do everyday you’ll appreciate living

Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: kstanf150] #5079261 04/18/19 08:31 PM
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Give me your Baldwin filter number you’d use so I can order the correct one.

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Baldwin B1400, B1402, or B1431 are all filters that would fit. Whichever one fits your fancy would be great. Thank you sir, and I meant your filter cutter cherry FTR smile

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Originally Posted by SubieRubyRoo
Baldwin B1400, B1402, or B1431 are all filters that would fit. Whichever one fits your fancy would be great. Thank you sir, and I meant your filter cutter cherry FTR smile


I know what you meant
I’ll get it ordered !!!👍

Let ya know as soon as it arrives

Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: kstanf150] #5079276 04/18/19 08:51 PM
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Congrats. You’re one of the “enlightened” now! I love having one, I cut every single filter that comes off my own junk, and lots of filters for curious friends.


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Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: 69Torino] #5079284 04/18/19 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by 69Torino
Congrats. You’re one of the “enlightened” now! I love having one, I cut every single filter that comes off my own junk, and lots of filters for curious friends.


Thanks 69Tornio
I’ve screwed on a lot of filters In my time but never cut one open
I’m ordering Subie a Baldwin filter to pop my cutter’s cherry
😳😳😳😳🤨🤨🤨🤣🤣

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Originally Posted by 69Torino
Congrats. You’re one of the “enlightened” now! I love having one, I cut every single filter that comes off my own junk, and lots of filters for curious friends.


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Been interesting having one a few years now … It has moved me to moderately priced filters after years of only reaching for the more expensive … Have only one of those left on a vehicle now … Going to pay less

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Go to any local oil change shop and ask for the nastiest filters they have....


I want to see how "Average Joe NON-BITOGERS" are abusing their cars by neglect......


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Re: New oil filter cutter [Re: SubieRubyRoo] #5079430 04/19/19 03:03 AM
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Originally Posted by SubieRubyRoo
Well I'm an M20x1.5 kinda guy, and there are never any Baldwins. If you're up to it, that would be awesome. But if all you got are some virgin and/or used Motorcrafts, that's fine too. Popping your cherry is the important part! LOL

While I know it is possible for some manufacturers to have "bad" filter models, I believe that overall, cutting open any filter will give you some insight into that manufacturer's belief in quality. It's part of the reason I've migrated almost exclusively to Napa Gold filters. I don't think I've ever seen a "bad" Napa Gold spin-on cut open on this site. That's why my vote for board member of the year always goes to 53' Stude for his innumerable contributions to the board knowledge base on filters!

Important part: Have fun! Life is too short to not enjoy it.


Yeah, dont give my business away Subie wink



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Same style I have.


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