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Fram 3614 vs 7575 #5262031 11/08/19 06:52 PM
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Is one more heavy duty than the other? They only thing I can tell is that one has sure grip and the other doesn’t


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262049 11/08/19 07:11 PM
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Both have a 12 psi bypass valve.
Both are in the Extra Guard product family.
PH7575 has 23.64 in3 displacement.
PH3614 is 23.29 in3 displacement.

Not sure what you mean by 'heavy duty' but with respect to specifications, they're nearly identical.


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Imp4] #5262051 11/08/19 07:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Imp4
Both have a 12 psi bypass valve.
Both are in the Extra Guard product family.
PH7575 has 23.64 in3 displacement.
PH3614 is 23.29 in3 displacement.

Not sure what you mean by 'heavy duty' but with respect to specifications, they're nearly identical.


What’s the displacement numbers mean?


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262060 11/08/19 07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Bettez88
What’s the displacement numbers mean?

It is the internal volume of each filter.
Readily available at OilFilterData.com


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262063 11/08/19 07:33 PM
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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262069 11/08/19 07:36 PM
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It makes you wonder why there's two different part numbers...


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Imp4] #5262084 11/08/19 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Imp4
It makes you wonder why there's two different part numbers...


The bases look different, so maybe the difference is related to the length of the threaded tube on the filter mount and how much room there is in that area when the filter is mounted.

Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262103 11/08/19 08:02 PM
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Upon closer inspection, Fram lists the PH7575 as cross referencing to lawn mower type OPE only.
PH3614 seems to focus on automotive cross references...


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Imp4] #5262129 11/08/19 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Imp4
Upon closer inspection, Fram lists the PH7575 as cross referencing to lawn mower type OPE only.
PH3614 seems to focus on automotive cross references...


Gotcha even though I don’t get all the abbreviations on this forum


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262158 11/08/19 09:19 PM
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OPE is outdoor power equipment.
Mowers, trimmers, leaf blowers, snow blowers, etc...


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: Bettez88] #5262205 11/08/19 10:33 PM
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OPE=Outdoor Power Equipment
I bought a 12 pack of those O-C-O-D Fram Extra Guards PH3614 for my mowers etc....

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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: tundraotto] #5262328 11/09/19 06:44 AM
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I guess a filter is a filter lol. Fram isn’t as bad as they seem to be


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Re: Fram 3614 vs 7575 [Re: ZeeOSix] #5262685 11/09/19 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ZeeOSix
I am not sure why that would matter much in this application. I like the fact that the 3614 is also available in the Tough Guard and Ultra variants, and use the TG3614 on my lawn tractor. That's still half the price of the OEM filters.

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