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Old 05-02-2012, 01:05 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by jetcycles View Post
I don't believe everything I hear either. The Fram filter for a 5.4L Triton engine does not have an internal check valve like the factory supplied Motorcraft ( and many others) causing the cam chain tensioners to relieve tension after sitting. Start ANY 5.4 L that has sat for more than 24 hours and I bet a case of Motorcraft filters that I can name the vehicles running a Fram filter. I'm educated enough to know that I will not run one on my truck. Why not run a better filter with increased surface area when possible?
Glad to hear you care enough about your vehicles to read up on the particulars. I had an '05 E-150 Chateau 5.4L. I bought it with just a tick over 100k on the clock and went on put some 20k on it over 2-3yrs I owned it. Since it's a old beater van for me, I didn't much care what I threw on it. I wouldn't doubt I might have bought Fram filters, when Autozone had package deals with it. Besides, who knows how many times Fram filters got put in that 100k miles before I got it?

That good old van ran like a champ the whole time I owned it, including a 4000 mile summer vacation trip trhough the SW. Shoot, for all I know, Fram filter was in it when I drove through Death Valley in 125deg record heat. Never once left my family stranded. i did nothing but basic maintenance.

I would buy another one in a heartbeat if my CFO would let me.
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