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Promoted 03-12-2015 by Discombobulated at 06:55 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has a few Mobil 1 Extended Performance Oil Filters (various capacities) on sale listed below. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks Your_drunk_dad and Ray97

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Edited March 14, 2015 at 12:33 AM by Your_drunk_dad
Amazon has some good prices on various Mobil 1 Extended Performance Oil Filters. If you're due for an oil change, like me, then these are good no coupon prices. Especially if you are going to use it with the rebate offer from this thread.


Mobil 1 Extended Performance Filters [amazon.com]

Alternatively, the following two are sold by seller "Filterdump" which may be older or surplus stock, but should still be fine.

M1-201 = $7.05 (Lowest Ever) [amazon.com]

M1-206 = $7.95 (Lowest Ever) [amazon.com]

No longer available:

M1-108 = $8.96 [amazon.com]

M1-110 = $9.06 [amazon.com]
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Thanks for posting.
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Just a warning, filterdump sells old stock oil filters that's mostly 4+ years old if you check the manufacturers date on them.
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Thanks for posting.
Sure thing.

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Just a warning, filterdump sells old stock oil filters that's mostly 4+ years old if you check the manufacturers date on them.
Thanks for pointing this out. I actually originally bought the M1-110 sold by Amazon, then saw the others. Did not realize that 2 of the ones I listed were sold by filter dump. Though I did read the review mentioning their old stock. I wonder if there would be anything wrong with a 4 year old filter? I wouldn't think so? I'll revise the post to note this, thanks again.
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Just a warning, filterdump sells old stock oil filters that's mostly 4+ years old if you check the manufacturers date on them.
Ok, the responses on this forum regarding oil filter shelf life verifies what I was thinking... 10-15 years. Should be good to go.

http://www.bobistheoilguy.com/for...er=2360235
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The M110 is cheaper at Advance Auto if you buy 4 and use coupon code TRT25 for $20 off $50. Amazon is $38.44 after tax while AA is $33.87 after tax. I also get 5.5% cashback from chubby wallet.
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The M110 is cheaper at Advance Auto if you buy 4 and use coupon code TRT25 for $20 off $50. Amazon is $38.44 after tax while AA is $33.87 after tax. I also get 5.5% cashback from chubby wallet.
Thanks for this info. Although it would be cheaper through Amazon if you're doing the rebate (Advance is not on the list), which would take off another $6 for a grand total of $32.44. Ha! And I'll see your 5.5% with a $2 Video/Mp3 Credit. Can't go wrong either way I suppose,

Edit: Wait a minute. Rebate limit is 2... so that would be 9+tax -3 each. Advance would be 52-20=32 / 4= 8 + tax each. So let's say tax is 10%. Amazon=$6.90, Advance=8.80. If you want to factor in your 5.5%, that brings it to about $8.35. Nonetheless, thanks for sharing, that will be a good alternative for some.
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I've got an old crusty van that burns oil (not noticeable, although it does stink) and leaks a few drips (I have cardboard under it when its parked). Is it even worth changing the oil anymore when i'm putting a quart in every 4 to 6 weeks? The thing runs fine..its plenty of fast. The honies still are super h...y when i pull up. They want to get in and do things to me.
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Which Oil filter should I get for 2010 Accord Ex? Or it is universal?
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I've got an old crusty van that burns oil (not noticeable, although it does stink) and leaks a few drips (I have cardboard under it when its parked). Is it even worth changing the oil anymore when i'm putting a quart in every 4 to 6 weeks? The thing runs fine..its plenty of fast. The honies still are super h...y when i pull up. They want to get in and do things to me.
Yes definitely continue to do oil changes. Your not able to get our a majority of the contaminants when it just burns. Now I wouldn't probably spend the money on a M1 filter and M1. I would go with cheap conventional oil that met the spec of the engine.
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I've got an old crusty van that burns oil (not noticeable, although it does stink) and leaks a few drips (I have cardboard under it when its parked). Is it even worth changing the oil anymore when i'm putting a quart in every 4 to 6 weeks? The thing runs fine..its plenty of fast. The honies still are super h...y when i pull up. They want to get in and do things to me.
sounds like you are already changing the oil.
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I've got an old crusty van that burns oil (not noticeable, although it does stink) and leaks a few drips (I have cardboard under it when its parked). Is it even worth changing the oil anymore when i'm putting a quart in every 4 to 6 weeks? The thing runs fine..its plenty of fast. The honies still are super h...y when i pull up. They want to get in and do things to me.
Yes, you absolutely still need to do oil changes. Also keep in mind that the filter change is the most important part.

Sounds like the inside of the van is well-lubricated though.
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Thanks for this info. Although it would be cheaper through Amazon if you're doing the rebate (Advance is not on the list), which would take off another $6 for a grand total of $32.44. Ha! And I'll see your 5.5% with a $2 Video/Mp3 Credit. Can't go wrong either way I suppose,

Edit: Wait a minute. Rebate limit is 2... so that would be 9+tax -3 each. Advance would be 52-20=32 / 4= 8 + tax each. So let's say tax is 10%. Amazon=$6.90, Advance=8.80. If you want to factor in your 5.5%, that brings it to about $8.35. Nonetheless, thanks for sharing, that will be a good alternative for some.
oooooohhhhhh, NO HE DIDN'T!!....LOL!
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Don't forget to price match this at PepBoys or Advanced Auto Parts... Same price but quicker delivery.
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