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Old 10-26-2010, 02:33 PM
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Can You BELIEVE The Cost Of Filters....

I have always ran Motorcraft filters on everything I have ever had (even the one non Ford) and I always would buy my fuel filters from Advance Auto. Well last time I went to buy a set, they are no longer carrying them. I figured this may be due to not a lot of sales of Motorcraft fuel filters, but I think I have a better idea about why. I went to the local dealership to pick me a set of filters and $78.90 WTF As if these trucks didnt already cost enough to maintain.... now its 80 bucks for fuel filters, and I didn;t like paying $50.


Just had to vent a little.... Aggrivating crap
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Old 10-26-2010, 02:35 PM
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at my dealer it was 99 for fuel filters
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Ive never paid more than 60 bucks for motorcraft fuel filters from the dealer.

Go to the navistar dealer and get Racor's. Make sure they are Racors though. Alot of them are carrying luberfiners for fuel filters now
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Thanks dave, I am just about to turn to the internet and see what I can find.
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see if you can get fleet pricing. i get them for 48 iirc.
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get the motorcrat, racor, or prime guard theyre really cheap... i run the prime guards there is nothing wrong with them compared to the racor or MC.
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primeguard=luberfiner=Junk

They dont have the water separator
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at my dealer it was 99 for fuel filters
My dealer is $99 as well. Just crazy if you ask me.
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get the motorcrat, racor, or prime guard theyre really cheap... i run the prime guards there is nothing wrong with them compared to the racor or MC.
I found the Racor for 34

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primeguard=luberfiner=Junk

They dont have the water separator
The water separator is critical IMHO
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$34 from the International dealer. Same filters but in a white box.
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