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Old 06-10-2003, 09:52 AM   #21
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oh great....and I just got my new car with a Fram oil filter oh well...I suppose it'* not going to hurt it too badly till the next change..
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Its like anything, ensure proper maintenance at proper intervals and it'll be fine
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Ya your fram should be fine. I would recommend using a fine quality filter if the oil hasnt been changed in a while or you are running some sort of engine cleaner that is designed to stay in.
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From reading and researching, it seems that the NAPA Gold is a good filter. Dunno how much it is. Aparently the NAPA Silver is pretty much the same as the Gold one, but I am gonna return my Fram filter and get a NAPA Gold one.

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Hi

Check baldwin out for air and oil filters.
http://www.baldwinfilter.com/
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Check baldwin out for air and oil filters.
http://www.baldwinfilter.com/
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