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post #1 of 19 Old 01-17-2010, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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Has anybody heard or tried pure power reusable oil and fuel filter?
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I would use the Ford Motorcraft filters

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I didn't even click on the link....wouldn't touch it with a 10ft. pole.

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To elaborate, do you know how much these motor cost? Or how eager fomoco would be to void your warranty with that setup? Use motorcraft or Racor (makes motorcraft) filters to protect your engine and wallet. Just my

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It's a neat idea, but I wouldn't run them. Only Motorcraft filters for me.
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200 bones for a filter....f that have a gurantee fresh one every time u change ur oil

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How bout running ams oil with there filters? Anyone do that?
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I also wouldnt touch them! FOMCO for me to
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I have one on my truck, have had for about 2 years.
Do the research educate yourself with the info on the filter itself.
I am very pleased with mine. I am anal about maint., change the oil every 3k, and was shocked at how much crud the filter picked up after only 1k miles.
Blackstone shows some improvement as well. I was relucant at first, and still have some FoMoCo filters in the shed, but have no regrets whatsoever.
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@ $489 for my 7.3L....um.....no....thanks. I can buy a lot of filters for that.


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