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Old 01-26-2012, 08:34 AM
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Question Racor fuel filter vs. Motorcraft filter

I've heard before that it's the same filter with a different name and part number. I've also heard that it isn't the same. Is it the same? Or, if it isn't, is it at least just as good?
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As far as I know the Motorcraft filters are made by Racor
I use the Racor filters in my 6.0
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I've heard before that it's the same filter with a different name and part number. I've also heard that it isn't the same. Is it the same? Or, if it isn't, is it at least just as good?
I am not totally sure if they are the same but they are both quality fuel filters. The only reason I say I am not sure they are the same is I have seen the Racor marketed as a 10 micron filter (factory spec, same as MC) and a 7 micron filter. Honestly, depending on what efficiency they are referring to, it could be the same filter. Either way both are good filters.
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