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Old 09-12-2006, 09:41 AM
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Originally Posted by cabowabo
john force uses a fram by god so will i
and one of the Nascar guys is sponsered by Enzyte, the "male enhancement stuff" too, but I don't see his weiner dragging on the ground when he gets out of the car!!!! LOL Like they say, money talks.

Carol Shelby endorses some new Teflon crap too, but its been PROVEN over and over to NOT work as advertised. (money talks)


My personal expereince with Fram has been good! My last engine had Fram's on it for 197,000 miles and was still running good and had good pressure when I finally pulled it. BUT,,,,,after doing a lot of good reading on "Bobistheoilguy.com", I will never run one again. Actually, the Wallymart "E-core Super tech is a very good filter. So are the Amsoil, K&N and Purolator and napas. Personally, after seeing all the tests and inspections, I now exclusevely run the Delco Oil filter. Has excellent construction and much more media area than most others.

Lots of reading on ALL filters here.

http://theoildrop.server101.com/ubb/...?ubb=forum;f=6


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