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Old 06-25-2008, 10:24 AM   #21
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My oil filter is around $15. So that is 3x the cost of yours which would get me to the price of this filter a bit quicker. Also convience, and enviromental impact. Something reusable and not thrown away is cool!! Plus looks and durability.
Yep. I pay $15.99 per filter. In well less than 20k miles this thing has paid for itself. Not to mention better oil flow, better filtering, you can inspect what gets caught everytime you change your oil, and you don't have to throw it away.

And Jim, on what you said. Yes I make sure it is very very dry before I reinstall.
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Yep. I pay $15.99 per filter. In well less than 20k miles this thing has paid for itself. Not to mention better oil flow, better filtering, you can inspect what gets caught everytime you change your oil, and you don't have to throw it away.

And Jim, on what you said. Yes I make sure it is very very dry before I reinstall.
it wouldn't make any sense for me to have one but the only thing that matters is that you're happy with it.. congrats..
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