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Anybody seen or is using the washable oil and fuel filters from purediesel. I like the idea of never buying filters again. Just installed the Amsoil oil bypass and the dieleslite coolant filter is on the way. Looking for opinions and your thoughts.

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sorry guys. here is the proper address.

Pure Power Oil Filters High Performance Motor Oil
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Interesting concept but not something I would buy into. Filters, of any sort, are vital to keeping the components working well. In these 6.0s, the oil is too critical to engine operations. For that reason, I only use true Motorcraft (OEM) filters. That and it keeps my warranty valid.
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Interesting concept but not something I would buy into. Filters, of any sort, are vital to keeping the components working well. In these 6.0s, the oil is too critical to engine operations. For that reason, I only use true Motorcraft (OEM) filters. That and it keeps my warranty valid.
And you obviously don't know much about the subject. Racor makes the Motorcraft filters and they can be had at a much cheaper price. There are also a variety of other filters that work fine and are much cheaper like Prime Guard. And they won't void your warranty either.

The Pure filter has been around and it is proven technology. The question is how many people want to go through the hassle of washing out the filter or even have a parts washer at home to do it with. No way I'd try to clean it with soap and water. Also when you can buy filters for $5.75 you would need to change your oil over 32 times to break even. At a oil change interval of 5k miles that's 160K miles before you get any return on investment from purchasing the Pure filter.

I only use Motorcraft is a pretty lame reason and a waste of money.
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I've been using these filters for 5 years now without any issues. They are much cheaper then oem and are the same diminsion as oem. I put a caliper to it along side a motorcraft. No difference. Have not used the fuel filters yet as they have been avalible for about a year now but will be at the next change.

Thanks for the responce on the pure filters.
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