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post #1 of 7 Old 01-19-2011, 09:15 PM Thread Starter
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I was thinking of changing from oem filters to baldwin filters. I dont know if it would be worth the money or if they are good filters or not. If anyone out there knows could you let me know. Thanks for your help.
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Stay with motorcraft filters on the oil side. There are differences in filters when it comes to this that ppl dont know and over look.


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Motorcraft, Fram, or Racor are the only oil filters I will use.

I've done my own comparison on fuel filters and if it's not motorcraft, then I'll use the carquest ones. I did a physical comparison of them and damn near everything was identical. Plus their $50 cheaper for the box.
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Definately stick with Motorcraft

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Definately stick with Motorcraft
What he said

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Baldwins are damn good filters , AMSOIL Paints over the Baldwins and that is what they sold as ...
Looky Here ..probably more info on filters than you want to know LOL ! >>>

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The motorcrafts are Donaldsons..not going to find better..
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