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post #1 of 10 Old 03-21-2008, 04:04 AM Thread Starter
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also what brand filters are you guys using
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i use the Amsoil filter 4 my 6.0L engine !!!
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All I use are Baldwin filters, every truck in our fleet has them, equipment and all. PM me and i can give ya a price

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I like the Baldwin fuel filter, I think it's a little more than just the element that Ford sells.

Baldwin has their own cap with each fuel filter.
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I use Baldwin for my spin-on transmission filter & coolant filter & Fuel Filter...Only Amsoil EaO for my oil filters. Reason for Baldwin? I have a Bearing and Filter store 5 blocks from our house. Reason for EaO's? I know they are among the best made.

Too answer your question: I've never used those filter u posted above. I'm sure they will work fine. The main thing, is that u keep them changed.

I change my fuel filter every 10k miles. Oil Filter every 7,500 miles w/fresh oil. After a few changes and reading this forum. U will find what works best for u and your truck.

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Yes I use those fuel filters and they seem to work pretty good. I've had no problems with them.

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ive been running purolator PureOne oil filters and Wix Fuel filters. Ive read good things about the pureone filters but i havent had my oil sent to blackstone yet.

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yeah i wont run anything but a baldwin fuel filter, because i have had the lids on others come off and leave junk all in the fuel bowl when you pull the filter, and the baldwin also have a spot for a 1/2 racket and thats nice

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I run this oil filter from powerstrokeshop.com:

FG/LF9027
Fleetguard Venturi Oil Filter

Extends your oil change intervals while providing superior filtration for you engine with

Venturi Combination Lube Filter

Bypass and Full-flow filter in one.

Fits model year 94-04 E and F-series

Upgrade for Motorcraft FL1995

Upgrade for Fleetguard LF3630


Anyone else use it?

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