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Old 03-28-2004, 07:50 PM   #11
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hi

i use the pf52 and it doesnt seem to present a clearance issue at all.

The larger size helps with EDI on the M1 10w-30 i use which is 6k miles ( 5.5 - 6 weeks).
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hi

i use the pf52 and it doesnt seem to present a clearance issue at all.

The larger size helps with EDI on the M1 10w-30 i use which is 6k miles ( 5.5 - 6 weeks).
I also use the pf52 clearance no prob., Plus you get a little more oil capacity with the 52
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Cool website! Here is another website with similar findings....

http://minimopar.knizefamily.net/oilfilterstudy.html
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What about Bosch Oil filters? I have one in my car now. Easy to get on and off with the rubber siding. I never heard any of you talking they were bad, only their spark plugs.
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