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post #1 of 15 Old 04-18-2007, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Whats yalls outtakes on K & N oil filters as good as motorcraft or should i go back with motorcraft same price and also any brand besides motorcraft on fuel filters dont really feel like goin to a ford dealership its way out of my way advanced is right beside my house
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post #2 of 15 Old 04-18-2007, 06:32 PM
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use motorcraft for all my stuff. But on the fuel filter if your gonna get aftermarket make sure you get one you dont have to buy the new cap with it everytime.
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also what kind of coolant and how much oil does a 02 ps hold and what about transmission fluid on a 6speed

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Do you have the gold or the green coolant 02 could have either, you dont want to mix the two.

it holds you will need at least 4 gallons of coolant and 4 gallons distilled water (33qt cappacity)

12-13 pts for the 6 speed 13 is with the cooler
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I use the Fleetguard Stratopore LF3974 oil filter and Racor INF 4596 fuel filter. Since my truck came with Ford's Gold coolant, that's all it's going to get.
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I use Baldwins fuel filter, with the intergrated cap and filter.

The changeover to Amsoil, I opted to use their EAO oil filter.
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I use Motorcraft for fuel and K & N oil. Only pay $30 for it at a local 4by shop.



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I use whatever I can get. I try to steer clear of K&N products though.


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Baldwins all over the truck.

I'd use Fleetguard's if I couldn't get the Baldwins.

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