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Old 03-27-2017, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by F-2 Speedy
on another site they were calling the 1061 a long filter, guess not
Maybe this ?

NAPA Gold 1794
Two Quart Version Of NAPA # 1061 Or # 1060
Attributes
Filter O.D. (Inches): 3.674"
Filter O.D. (mm): 93 mm
Flow Rate: 9 To 11 gpm
Gasket I.D. (Inches): 3.1"
Gasket I.D. (mm): 79 mm
Gasket O.D. (Inches): 3.444"
Gasket O.D. (mm): 87 mm
Gasket Thickness (Inches): .26"
Gasket Thickness (mm): 6 mm
Height (Inches): 7.822"
Height (mm): 199 mm
Micron Rating: 24 Micron
Style: Spin-On Oil Filter
Thread Size (Inches): 13/16-16
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On the supra I would use them on initial startup after a fresh motor, cut them apart. Amazing how cheap they are compared to other filters. I had cut enough of the same exacts same Fram filter apart to see the differences in tolerances. It was amazing! Different number of pleates, some with machining shrapnel on the threads just hanging there. Had a few leak at the seams. No thanks.
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Originally Posted by indysupra
On the supra I would use them on initial startup after a fresh motor, cut them apart. Amazing how cheap they are compared to other filters. I had cut enough of the same exacts same Fram filter apart to see the differences in tolerances. It was amazing! Different number of pleates, some with machining shrapnel on the threads just hanging there. Had a few leak at the seams. No thanks.
BINGO and will add --- I have seen the internal media totally collapsed after cutting them open. This was in the 90 's from customers boats. Always told boaters when I seen the Frams sorry they have to go and would cut them open to be seen first hand internals. Actually most of the times, the words were wow -- holy chit thought Fram was good a filter.

Long story with marine V 6 engines way back in years -- when that engine changed the spring in the oil pump in which raised oil pressure but when one used a Fram oil filter for the V 6 --- oil pressure gauge would PEGGED totally. Anyways it was a Fram filter problem for causing the very high oil pressure readings. Short jist of it

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Old 03-28-2017, 11:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Sydwayz
I won't ever buy a Fram filter. Ever since they had that issue in the 90s where their motorcycle filters were coming apart, and actually caused several (bad) accidents, they are off of my approved vendor list.

Just like I won't ever buy Greenies dog treat products; same reasoning. 1 strike and your out.
What's up with greenies? My dogs loves those things.
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Originally Posted by bck
What's up with greenies? My dogs loves those things.
https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...es+kill+dogs&*

http://www.oes.org/page2/10164~SUCCE...S_FORMULA.html

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/pets/greenies.html

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/02/14/dangerous.dogtreat/

Do them a favor, and cut them over to all natural stuff. We were buying all natural treats, and now have them on carrots, green beans, and rotisserie chicken for treats; and then their primary food.
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I use WIX.....
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Old 03-30-2017, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Sydwayz
https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...es+kill+dogs&*

http://www.oes.org/page2/10164~SUCCE...S_FORMULA.html

https://www.consumeraffairs.com/pets/greenies.html

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/02/14/dangerous.dogtreat/

Do them a favor, and cut them over to all natural stuff. We were buying all natural treats, and now have them on carrots, green beans, and rotisserie chicken for treats; and then their primary food.
I've tried the health organic route that has better ingredients than my food. Turns his nose up at it. Greenies are crack for him. I have a friend who swears dogs are designed to eat raw meat and that's about all he feeds them. I have my doubts about that.
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