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Texasmark1

02-08-2013 05:57:50
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On Fram filters, I use the mid priced filter, forget what you call it but it has the silicon seal and the black friction bottom so you can easily install/remove it and it's the one with 6x the filtration of bargain units. I also have Delco and WIX, all in 3 diesel tractors, my new Chevy truck and lawn mowers.

I spent considerable time on the www comparing construction, filtering capacity (how small a particle do they trap), rated flow, and pop off valve release pressure. I then made up a matrix of filters for all my stuff so that when I went to the bin and wanted a filter for xyz machine, I knew which one I was looking for.

In the process of doing that, I cut open used filters of the three brands and inspected the construction and integrity of the filtering capability after having been in use for a year at least on all filters and that's where I was able to see the differences in construction techniques.

In all honesty to all 3 mfgrs. I couldn't find any difference in the filters with respect to integrity. Even though the Fram is put together with paper where others use metal, the paper was intact, the glued joints were still intact and strong and everything else was still very servicable.

So, I am confident that any will serve my purpose.

HTH,
Mark

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 Re: Oil Pressure in reply to Texasmark1, 02-08-2013 05:57:50  
Oh, forgot the main event. I too think crud got dislodged causing the variance. My Ford diesels have varying oil pressure from about 40 at idle to 55ish at WOT, and have for years. I use WW brand or Shell 15w-40 and no additives in the oil.

Mark



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 Re: Oil Pressure in reply to Texasmark1, 02-08-2013 05:57:50  
Oh, forgot the main event. I too think crud got dislodged causing the variance. My Ford diesels have varying oil pressure from about 40 at idle to 55ish at WOT, and have for years. I use WW brand or Shell 15w-40 and no additives in the oil.

Mark



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