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post #1 of 12 Old 05-31-2009, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
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I wouldnt put them in my truck. I recommend you stick with the motorcraft filters.

Ive changed many filters on 6.0s at work and ive seen too many of the cheap fuel filters come out twisted and torn.

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OK cuz they are super cheep and the web cite states that they are direct replacements
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every filter manufacturer states that they were factory replacements... that pretty much means they will fit in the canister and thats about it. i personally suggest using motorcraft, international, or Raccor branded filters (they are all the same) if you want to go with a aftermarket i suggest fleetgaurd and nothing else. just my opinion.

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I wouldnt put them in my truck. I recommend you stick with the motorcraft filters.

Ive changed many filters on 6.0s at work and ive seen too many of the cheap fuel filters come out twisted and torn.

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ya imfeelin the same thanks guys
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I've been eyeballing them myself! And I've been looking for more feedback on them.

Not an acceptable replacement to MC, Racor?
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Anyone using these prime guard filters?

The price is very nice!
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