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Old 05-26-2009, 12:42 PM
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Where to buy filters

Has anybody bought filters (oil and fuel) from dieselfiltersonline.com before? Or do we have any vendors that sell these. Local parts house just qouted me 75.00 for wix gold fuel filter. I used the last one from a batch I bought on ebay (6 wix gold for 50.00) now I need some more.
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Has anybody bought filters (oil and fuel) from dieselfiltersonline.com before? Or do we have any vendors that sell these. Local parts house just qouted me 75.00 for wix gold fuel filter. I used the last one from a batch I bought on ebay (6 wix gold for 50.00) now I need some more.
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As far as a chain store goes the cheapet I have found is Napa, but yes I have bought from dieselfiltersonline, but before you buy from them check out fleetoilandtrucksupply.com was a little cheaper. I started just going to the local stores to pick them up again. I got tired of waitng and paying shipping.
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I'd recommend using OE style filters, not a/f. But that's just me
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Old 05-26-2009, 12:50 PM
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Thanks for the other website. My local NAPA burned down that what i used to do. I really don't mind waiting cause i usually buy 6 at a time so i always have some handy.
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I'd recommend using OE style filters, not a/f. But that's just me
I agree i use only motorcraft or wix gold that how i found dieselfiltersonline they handle motorcraft
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Old 05-26-2009, 12:55 PM
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I agree i use only motorcraft or wix gold that how i found dieselfiltersonline they handle motorcraft
Oh ok, just throwing that out
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I went to a local International dealer and got fuel filter for about 35 bucks
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Oh ok, just throwing that out
No prob, lotsa people run fram, stp. etc, but my dad always said you can't go wrong by using what came on the vehicle to start with.

I'll have to check the international place too. Hadn't thought about that.
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Wally world has FL1995 motorcrafts for a good price, and the motorcyaft oil is 5 quarts for 11 bucks.
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