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Napa/Wix oil filter

I just ordered a Napa/Wix 1734XE oil filter for my truck.

I was wondering if anyone else has used it before?

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter




PARTS DETAIL
Principal Application: Synthetic Media Version Of 51734
Style: Spin-On Lube Filter
Service: Lube
Type: Full Flow
Media: Glass
Height: 8.122
Outer Diameter Top: 4.266
Outer Diameter Bottom: Closed
Thread Size: 1 1/2-16
By-Pass Valve Setting-PSI: None
Beta Ratio: 4/75=10/30
Burst Pressure-PSI: 200
Max Flow Rate: 28-30 GPM
Nominal Micron Rating: 10

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter

i use mobile 1

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter

I usually do too, I bought this one to try it out, and am curious if anyone else is using it.

How does it compare to the Mobile 1, K&N, Pure 1 filters?

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter

It matches the white on your truck. Sorry someone on here had to be a smartazz

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter

I've used the Wix XE version since the day I did my first oil change. Never had a problem and they've worked great. Fleet Filter has them for about $24, can't afford them otherwise as Napa lists them for $44ea!

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It matches the white on your truck. Sorry someone on here had to be a smartazz
HAHA yep thats why I bought it

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I've used the Wix XE version since the day I did my first oil change. Never had a problem and they've worked great. Fleet Filter has them for about $24, can't afford them otherwise as Napa lists them for $44ea!
Yep, thats where I ordered mine. Ordered a fuel filter, oil filter, and air filter.

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I sure you will be fine ... I only use Motorcraft and or Fram

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Re: Napa/Wix oil filter

I have been wanting to run this filter for a while now. I haven't used it as of yet. I worry that it might plug up to quick since it filters so fine. It filters down to 10 microns where a stock filter is rated down to only 20 microns. If I remember right the amsoil bypass filter is only rated down to 15 microns.

Please keep us informed of how it goes for you. I'd love to be able to keep my oil 10 microns cleaner than I do now.

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