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I just go to the dealer and buy a toyota filter...what are your thoughts on those?...i dont really care for anyaftermarket stuff
why run the 1516 when you can run a 1068 or a 1515 for even more.
Technical Service Bulletin:There are numerous ways to determine which filter is correct for an application. Most of these are accurate and helpful. Some however, are inaccurate and outdated. The use or the incorrect filter could prove extremely detrimental to the performance and overall life of the system it is installed on. Please refer to the latest information provided by the product manufacturer.
I could come up with a ton of different filters that are not the proper filter for an application, that does not mean it is the correct filter. The interior of some filters are different than others even within the same brand depending on its intended application. It may fit but it may reduce flow or increase flow that will destroy your engine. Before you start putting on a filter that has the same size seal and thread you better make sure that the application of this filter is the same. You could be in deep poop if you don't.
I just wanted to throw that disclaimer out there so those that just went and matched the thread and seal size don't think that's all there is to an oil filter. I have found that for the 22r/22re that he best match for the larger capacity filter would be the older Ford/International filter. Fram's # is PH8A or Valvoline is VO1. Any cross referenced filter from any other filter manufacturer would from those two numbers would be fine.
why has the K&N filter not make this thread i think i might have a used old on in the shed i could open it up
It's on the list! The K&N filter is actually identical to the Mobil 1 filter with the addition of the nut. The K&N filter is a bit more expensive, from what I've read, so you might as well go with the Mobil 1. They are made by Champion and are the "performance" design.
i think they also make the ford filters....
that is the 1515.
Wix ??or NAPA ??
what I tell people is when you check your oil, rub it between your thumb and fingers, if you can snap your fingers you need to change your oil. If the oil is to slick to get the friction to snap your fingers it's good to go
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