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Old 02-08-2012, 02:58 PM
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Where to buy 1 ELF7405 online?

Like the title says I am looking to do an oil change to full synthetic and am wanting to run the Donaldson ELF7405 filter. Where are you all buying them online? Thanks
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ryder fleet products, i don't run them but if i was gonna get one its where i would get it from
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What filter do you run? I run wix currently, but like the fact that I can have another quart of oil in there.
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i just run motorcraft, its a third of the price of that donaldson filter. i run schaeffers 9000 and change the oil every 6000 miles so i don't need the extra quart of capacity
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Oil filter, ELF7405, Donaldson

This filter actually holds 2 more extra qts.... You buy 4 gallons and your done. no more qts.

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is there anywhere I can just buy 1 filter to see if I like it?
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apparantly this is the same thing, cheaper though
https://truckhelp.com/shop/product/baldwin-b7249-mpg/
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U used to buy just one from Ryder... SOB! I'm going to call them and tell them just how bad they SuK!

Here is a popular spot but a bit higher...

http://www.filterdistribution.com/pr...il-filter.html

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Thanks for the site. I just ordered one. Total cost was $41. I hope its worth it. Now time to find the cheapest place to buy T6. Hopefully not going to be a $160 oil change.
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how far to do plan on runnin the oil and filter? i just can't see payin 41 bones for an oil filter. i'll spend 25 a gallon on oil but i aint spendin 40 on a filter
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