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The ones I stay away from are Fram and any generic store brand. However I mainly use Motorcraft filters in my truck and my other 2 vehicles that aren't even Ford products, because they are cheap and easy to find.
Shy away from K&N as well. I have seen multiple ruptures since they stopped using Hiflow as their manufacturer. I usually use the MC filter also.


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I wouldn't hesitate for a second to run a WIX oil filter. if not available, its back to Motorcraft.

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I'm really not sure why Fram gets such a bad name that used to be all I ever used though not the orange ones the extra guard (mostly because the grip made it easy to do a filter bare handed lol). My 7.3L only got fram and standard rotella oil. Now with my 6.7L I've used fram, motorcraft, and right now I've got a rotella filter in. Personally change interval is the only thing that matters when it comes to a filter. The high end filters sure you can probably stretch your interval, but then again as people have stated the 6.7L engine is well over $10k is it really worth pushing to 10,000 miles just to save a few bucks in oil? I change every 5,000 miles with T6 I'm not risking anything and I'm almost to 290k miles burning zero oil.
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I'm really not sure why Fram gets such a bad name
I think it was because a lot of their filters started getting cardboard caps to which the media was glued. My dad used them exclusively on everything from cars to trucks and boats. So did I until I saw the inside of one that was built as described above.


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