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Where to get Fuel Filters

Just curious if there is a recommendation for where to get your fuel filters for the right price. Ford? Napa or stupid autozone?

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Thanks man. Not bad pricing but im so far past due I couldn't even play the cheap guy thingI needed them done. Went the NAPA route which wasn't to bad. Hurt but cheaper than new mo-mo's.

Man it does feel good to do a full service ont he truck. Just feels good. Oil, Filter, Both fuel filters. Now hopefully not have to put to many miles on this summer and make that last me longer than they do in winter time!

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those were Ford filters from NAPA ?

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Re: Where to get Fuel Filters

I second that. I have been using them since my first filter change. Cheapest anywhere and Motorcraft OEM parts to boot.

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Our local Wal-Mart has started carrying the Motorcraft OEM filters. I can't remember the price but I do remember that it was about half the price of the stealership.

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On a side note I was at Wally world yesterday. I went to buy an oil filter as they are almost the same price online. I have read that the FRAM and pretty much any brand filter now are the same as the Motorcraft filter do to patents. Well opened one of each at the store and they were identical. All the way down to ht print type, and ink on the filter itself. They look like they cam e off the same line. Both had the exact patent numbers and number lay out. They both say made in the USA in the same spot with the same print color and type. The FRAM was a dollar cheaper. I think they are all made by Raycor and sent out to given company for boxing perhaps. Nothing on the filter itself says FRAM or Motorcraft. I wonder if fuel filters are the same deal?

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I always get mine from PSN sponsor Bob Riley.

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I bought mine from sunrise ford who is also a PSN sponsor. I got fuel filters and an oil filter for $75.00 shipped ups to my door. When I do just the oil i get it at Wal Mart.
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You could also get the fuel filters, oil filter and a trans filter for less than that including shipping.

Ford 6.0L/6.4L Maint package. We use Racor (maker of Motorcraft filters) for the oil & fuel filters, wix on the trans filter.

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