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Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation #5158602
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Unfortunately they didn't have a price listed. I should have taken one to scan it and find out but didn't.

I think a 3614 fits 6607 and 7317 applications correct?


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158604
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Briggs & Stratton filters !!!

Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158612
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I'm not a Fram guy. However, if they scanned for a dollar or two, I would have ran them for a slightly shorter interval than my regular filter or given them to framily members.

Edit:
I just read that those are for a lawn mower. If so, I would have bought them and handed them out. My mower doesn't us an oil filter. ( B&S 15.5 hp)

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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158620
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Wrong threads,

3614 is 3/4-16

6607 and 7317 are 20 X 1.5...

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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158622
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Originally Posted by jayjr1105
I think a 3614 fits 6607 and 7317 applications correct?

No. 3614 is 3/4 inch thread, fits lots of older Ford, Mopar, Toyota, Nissan ... and they're as good as any jobber filter IMO.


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: MrMoody] #5158626
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Yep, fits our Fusion and lawn tractor

Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158634
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It’s a stubbly xx3600 (Motorcraft FL400s) and could also be used in place of the xx16 on my Jeep.

It’s a very “one size fits all” filter as the large quantities in the photo imply.


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158643
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Almost any Toyota 4-cyl in the entire world will run these.

EVERY Briggs & Stratton, Kohler, Onan, etc. etc etc etc Even Harley-Davidson can run these.


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158646
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These are the Fram Core filters used in the WM TLE. According to former Fram rep, "technically" these are not supposed to be for sale to the public. Don't know about now, but didn't stop them from showing up on ebay regularly.

Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158648
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They will fit our FJ Cruiser. The PT Cruiser too. Ha! Any car with cruiser in the name can use these! J/K.


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158656
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Just because it screws on doesn't mean it's good to use. Ed


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Thanks for the clarification on the threads. Is there a chart somewhere that shows common filter types and their respective thread type?


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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: jayjr1105] #5158765
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Member here worked for FRAM... said they are same as GM OE

https://www.bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/2958438/Re:_Fram_Core_filter

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Re: Found these bulk (no box) frams on vacation [Re: krismoriah72] #5158823
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^^^ Not anymore. That may have been the case during the brief Fram-Champ alliance, and how they got the name "Core", from ecore. Now all Fram fiber endcap construction, no ecores and no relation to Champ Labs. Also GM oem ACDelco use poppet type bypass, not found on generic Champ made ecores like Super Tech. The last excepting the newish ST988 'hybrid' filter, with ecore cage, metal endcaps and poppet dome bypass.

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Originally Posted by Eddie
Just because it screws on doesn't mean it's good to use. Ed


If it screws on, have the right bypass pressure, and have the right gasket size, and it is not too wide and not too long, it is good to go.

Just realized the oil change place my FIL used was putting a 4 cyl camry filter on the v6, and it ran fine with no leak.


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