Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

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    Lightbulb Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    I emailed Fram for a longer oil filter ( Extended Service Type ) same specs as OEM

    I wanted extended life for use with synthetic...

    XG3600 is longer and still plenty of room

    fitment is perfect

    I have a quick drain installed with a nipple on the drain, I just slip on a hose and turn the lever and I dont have to remove the skidplate...

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    Default Re: Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    You haven't done your homework. Fram is absolute crap. If you want a larger quality filter, go with the Purolator PureONE #PL30001 or the synthetic media #PSL30001. I've been running the #PL30001 for a couple of years; just switched to the newer #PSL30001. I get em from Amazon.
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    Default Re: Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    there are 3 models of Fram

    cheap orange model

    extra gaurd

    extended

    The Purolator has no back flow valve

    Use what you want & change your oil often..

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    Default Re: Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    Quote Originally Posted by GEE-BEE View Post
    there are 3 models of Fram

    cheap orange model

    extra gaurd

    extended

    The Purolator has no back flow valve

    Use what you want & change your oil often..
    The PSL30001 has a silicone ADB valve.

    It also utilizes 100% synthetic media, wire-backed pleat supports, a nitrile sealing gasket, a steel base plate, spiral-wound center tube, all metallic end caps and filters down to 27 microns at 99% efficiency. That's better than Amsoil's line (they recently downgraded their quote to 98%).

    Do your research and get it right.
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    Is the PSL30001 A longer version ?

    I dont drive it much....

    But I will give it a shot next go round..

    I send oil samples in every change so I will compare , I change my aircraft oil every 50 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEE-BEE View Post
    Is the PSL30001 A longer version ?

    I dont drive it much....

    But I will give it a shot next go round..

    I send oil samples in every change so I will compare , I change my aircraft oil every 50 hours
    The difference between the PL30001 and the PSL30001 is the filtering media, efficiency rating and OCI interval. They are larger than the OEM Toyota/Denso filter, so you can get almost another 1/2 quart of oil in there for a full 7 quart capacity.

    To be fair, with the Extended Guard, FRAM has stepped it up in quality. It's heads above the rest of its consumer product filter line.

    In the real world -- especially with the Toyota 2UZ-FE -- the oil filter isn't a critical component to engine function. It's mainly there to catch dirt from a dirty funnel, capture loose ferrous particles, or when somebody forgets to put on the oil cap. Don't use a dirty funnel and don't lose the oil cap and you'll be fine. (Remember the old Volkswagon air cooled engines? They used a simple, coarse screen for oil cleaning.)

    The air filter and its filtration capability is far more important than the oil filter. FRAM's air filters are actually very well made.
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    Default Re: Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    The non s has no valve

    the S is for synthetic

    I will have to find the distrbutor or amazon I guess...

    Thanx as I was looking for a longer assy to hold all of the oil ( 7 qt )

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    Come on now guys, it's a damn oil filter. They're disposable. This is like fighting over what toilet paper you wipe with... although my vote is for Angel Soft®.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEE-BEE View Post
    The non s has no valve
    Yes, it does. http://www.purolatorautofilters.net/...ilfilters.aspx
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    Come on now guys, it's a damn oil filter. They're disposable. This is like fighting over what toilet paper you wipe with... although my vote is for Angel Soft®.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tundrunk View Post

    This is like fighting over what toilet paper you wipe with... although my vote is for Angel Soft®.
    Charmin Ultra Soft son!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tundrunk View Post
    This is like fighting over what toilet paper you wipe with... although my vote is for Angel Soft®.
    When your truck gets muddy, do you wipe it clean? Well I don't. I prefer to wash it instead of just smearing the mud around. While some may prefer to smear their crap around, there is a better way.

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    Thank you very much for NOT demonstrating the Japanese Toilet!!!!! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by tundrunk View Post
    Come on now guys, it's a damn oil filter. They're disposable. This is like fighting over what toilet paper you wipe with... although my vote is for Angel Soft®.
    I'm with Remmy. There are BIG differences between filters. Fram quality has improved a lot but they're still dealing with the fallout from the days when they figured no-one would figure out they were selling junk in a can.

    My preferred filter is Donaldson P169071, 22 microns at 99%. Really amazingly good. $10.34 each last time I bought them from filterspro.com. Baldwin B2-HPG is basically the same - 23 microns at 99% - and slightly cheaper.

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    Default Re: Longer Oil Filter 4.7 & Quickdrain Valve

    How about buying a case of the least expensive filter and changing it every month? Like I do with my furnace filters. They stay clean and it requires less force to circulate the oil through your system. I doubt my engine notices if I'm filtering out pollen and bacteria.
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