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FRAM $4.00 Mail-in Rebate with the purchase of any Air Filter + Oil Filter...through Amazon.

Prices vary depending on make/year/model of car (so don't forget to make sure you punch in your details to make sure you get the correct one).

But I've seen some air filters as low as $.79 after rebate, and free oil filters AFTER rebate (some oil filters have an additional $1 instant coupon from Amazon)! Now whether you can use rebate on each of those 2 low-priced items, i am not 100% sure but I know it states max use 2 per household; max $8 savings.

Started on: 4/1/2017
Order by: 9/30/2017
Postmark by: 10/30/2017
Rebate amount: $4.00
Rebate Offer: Receive $4.00 from FRAM with this mail-in rebate.
FRAM Rebate Form: https://images-na.ssl-images-amaz...58293_.pdf
*Additional $1.00 Instant Coupon from Amazon on some Oil Filters

NOTE: You must purchase both types of filters for rebate

FREE Oil Filter after rebate: https://www.amazon.com/PH3600-Ext...1249128011 - see above note

$.77 Air Filter after rebate: https://www.amazon.com/CA3660-Ext..._89%3AFram - see above note


Here is the link to FRAM 's Filters on Amazon - Don't forget to include your make/year/model to get fitting filter!
https://www.amazon.com/Fram/b/ref...e-bin=Fram
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You have to purchase both an air filter AND an oil filter to get the rebate.
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You must buy both a Fram oil and air filter together in same transaction to qualify for rebate. What the guy above me said is correct.
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You have to purchase both an air filter AND an oil filter to get the rebate.
Sorry I was just about to post on the oil filters until I caught that clause. But here is a money-maker purchase on a qualifying oil filter - It says max limit is 2 rebates per household; max $8 - i'm not a pro on coupon-use, will that let us get $4 off on each item?
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Sorry I was just about to post on the oil filters until I caught that clause. But here is a money-maker purchase on a qualifying oil filter - It says max limit is 2 rebates per household; max $8 - i'm not a pro on coupon-use, will that let us get $4 off on each item?
no $4 total / combo Frown
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.
links to articles?

links to good oem filters?

links to good cheap filters?

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$2 off...there's really no deals here, and that OP needs updated, before people start buying these 'FAR' filters.
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.
Been using Fram for 20 years on all my vehicles, 2-3 times per year each. Never had one blow up. Never had to do a rebuild. Even on my vehicles that have 200k+, I haven't even had an oil-burner/weak ring. Never heard of anyone who had a failure that could be reasonably tied to Fram filters.

So I call this BS. A car runs at something like 40-60 psi....not high enough to demand a rocket-grade oil filter.
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.
I've heard good things about the Fram Ultra Synthetic filters. I'm not saying that they're as good as the OEM filters, but from what I've read, they're much better than the filters Fram is known for.

If you have any links that say otherwise, I'd like to read them. I've been using them in my car for the past few years.
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FRAM filters have been tested by many websites and auto magazines, they are shit. I'll trust a supertech walmart oil filter before I use one of those.
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Wix ftw, Fram if you just don't give a damn.
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.
+1 Despite their popularity, Fram are garbage filters. Filter material is not great and the housings are thinner metal than better brands. Wix are what I use and are worth the $$$... IIRC Napa house brand (at least in the past) were made by Wix as well.
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Slightly OT but,
I was wondering about the two rebates per household. If I send in two in my name are they going to kick out one of them? I did this with a oil rebate at O'Reilly's, the guy at the register gave me a extra copy of the same receipt which I mailed in both separately in my name. For some reason I feel like I'm only going to get one.
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If you value your vehicle one bit, DO NOT BUY A FRAM OIL FILTER! They are worse than the cheapest oil filters on the market. Read up on the forum if you don't believe me, they have the weakest material to filter your oil which will degrade your motor over time and lead to extremely expensive rebuilds. Spend a couple bucks more and get OEM or WIX. If you have a Japanese car, the OEM is usually just a rebranded Denso oil filter.

This guy is right, anything other then their most expensive filters have cardboard caps glued on
vs metal and crimped, and thing like crappy anti drain backs...

Their high end actually isn't bad per say, but its just best just to avoid fram for anything other then AIR or fuel filters

Quote from 80is
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links to articles?

links to good oem filters?

links to good cheap filters?

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just google it, lots of constriction comparisons and testing done over the years. ford branded makes "ok" oem filters and pretty cheap.
Any filter with metal end caps inside is better, but then anti drain back, and other features can be very important as well.

for value vs quality, WIX is a good all around good brand without breaking the bank..

they also have a unique bypass valve spring system should the filter become excessively clogged, (should never really happen if you change you oil like your supposed to) but in that case
it lets the oil skip the filter, which is, not good but better then blowing up your engine...
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