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Napa platinum and Napa oil #5391405 04/01/20 10:29 PM
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Just wondering if Napa platinum filters and Napa synthetic are good to go? I ask because the platinum filters and Napa oil are on a sale on Napa’s website real cheap right now and I’m thinking about picking them up for next couple of OCIs.

https://www.napaonline.com/en/cart

Platinum filter number: PFL 41516 for $5.99
Napa synthetic 5w30: $16.99 for 5qt jug.

Thanks!

Last edited by NavyVet88; 04/01/20 10:36 PM.

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2002 Ford Ranger Edge 3.0L 67k Castrol Edge 5w30 with Fram XG3600
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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391415 04/01/20 10:45 PM
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Both will work just fine!


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391418 04/01/20 10:52 PM
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Thank you friend!


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391422 04/01/20 11:08 PM
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Napa oil is Valvoline, and it is licensed d1g2 smile

Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391428 04/01/20 11:21 PM
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You would have to try hard to better that combo. My opinion.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391584 04/02/20 07:11 AM
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I bought a large supply of the filters for pickup and Subaru. Oil for Subaru.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391662 04/02/20 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by NavyVet88
Just wondering if Napa platinum filters and Napa synthetic are good to go? I ask because the platinum filters and Napa oil are on a sale on Napa’s website real cheap right now and I’m thinking about picking them up for next couple of OCIs.

https://www.napaonline.com/en/cart

Platinum filter number: PFL 41516 for $5.99
Napa synthetic 5w30: $16.99 for 5qt jug.

Thanks!

My daughter's leased Honda is no more. I bought NAPA 0w20 for it six years ago and forgot I had it underneath the basement steps..... until last month. My Colorado P/U calls for 5w30 and the last OCI was 0w40.

I just did an oil change of 0w20 in that Colorado and it remains whisper quiet under that hood. I'll keep close dibs on engine sounds, as the weather warms up. But my plan is to run it 3-4K and go back to Castrol Euro 0w40.
So far, I'm really impressed and the first signs my engine is complaining, I will yank the thin 0w20.
But so far - so good.

If I want good trapping, I'll consider the Napa Gold. If I want better flow-rates, then I'd buy the Platinum. It all depends on your engine and the factory OEM for your vehicle points to what the manufacturer prefers. If all manufacturers preferred best trapping, every new engine coming off the assembly line would wear a Fram Ultra..... and obviously they don't.

Do a history on your factory-fill oil filter and that will tell what fits that engine best, regarding a Gold or a Platinum.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391727 04/02/20 10:10 AM
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Thanks guys! Always can count you!


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391797 04/02/20 11:40 AM
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Can not go wrong you’ll be very satisfied approved

Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391804 04/02/20 11:48 AM
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That is not a bad deal at all.
Filter is 1/2 off normal price, Oil is priced about what you can get Supertech or Amazon Basic oil at.
I may buy a few filters at this price.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: blupupher] #5391841 04/02/20 12:31 PM
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Yeah I agree man...

That $22.98 Napa deal is not all too bad...

The doggone filter for my car is $13.49 regular price... Yet the 57356 is just $8.99... Makes no sense to me the difference in price there.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391866 04/02/20 01:04 PM
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NAPA full synthetic and NAPA Gold filters are what I use.


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5391885 04/02/20 01:25 PM
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They run these sales about every quarter. While it's not exactly Valvoline,it's made by the same folks.
I use it and like the results,


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Can't go wrong with it, I have used the Napa oil and filters in several of my family's vehicles, and several pieces of equipment. Napa is the closest to my house, and the staff there are very knowledgeable and friendly. Obviously this varies by store, but this one is family owned and I'd rather support them if I could, since the extra couple bucks more it might cost for their stuff would go to the fuel I'd need to get to the other parts stores anyway. The guys there are the type where if they don't have or sell a certain item, they will tell you where you can find it, even if it is at a competitor's store. thumbsup


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Re: Napa platinum and Napa oil [Re: NavyVet88] #5392155 04/02/20 08:24 PM
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Awesome! You guys are helpful as always!


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