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ACDelco PF2057 Professional Engine Oil Filter - $2.84

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Check if it fits your car. It does fit my Honda.

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Equipped with 98% multi-pass filtering efficiency at 25-30 microns for excellent filtering capabilities
Has a cellulose media that traps particles 1/3 the width of human hair to help ensure a clean supply of oil to engine components
Has a thermosetting adhesive seal to hold filtering media in place for consistent, dependable filtration
Equipped with superior filter capacity, enhanced efficiency, consistent flow management, and a high durability design to provide exceptional filtering performance
Has a burst-strength five times greater than most engine oil operating pressures after the oil reaches operating temperatures (as long as the normal engine oil operating pressure is not greater than 51psi), for enhanced durability
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Cheap but there are much better filters out there. don't skimp on a good fillter.
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Cheap but there are much better filters out there. don't skimp on a good fillter.
This is an original AC Delco GM filter. What's so cheap about it? Fits many vehicles.
http://parts-catalog.acdelco.com/...art=PF2057
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Cheap but there are much better filters out there. don't skimp on a good fillter.
AC Delco is OEM (what they use when the build the cars) and very high quality as far as I know.
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AC Delco is OEM (what they use when the build the cars) and very high quality as far as I know.
Used to be. Now all made in China.
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Used to be. Now all made in China.
no idea what you're talking about.

but this is a solid filter, and it's made in the usa
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On Rockauto, this filter costs the same plus shipping.
This is most likely a pricing mistake and won't last long.
https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts...ilter,5340
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Used to be. Now all made in China.
Except they're not. ACDelco can oil filters are made here in the States by Champion Labs, the same company that makes Mobil 1 oil filters. ACDelco cartridge oil filters are made by Hengst, also here in the USA.
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Vs an Amateur one? LOL
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AC Delco is OEM (what they use when the build the cars) and very high quality as far as I know.
AC Delco is OEM for GM which isn't very high quality AFAIK. What do they know about Honda, Subara, Toyota and Nissan requirements?

But hey, it's your car. If you want to slap one-size-fits-all generic parts on it, good luck.
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AC Delco is OEM for GM which isn't very high quality AFAIK. What do they know about Honda, Subara, Toyota and Nissan requirements?

But hey, it's your car. If you want to slap one-size-fits-all generic parts on it, good luck.
They know how to make things to spec.

BTW, new Supra is a BMW. Would you buy a Toyota filter or the BMW one?
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They know how to make things to spec.

BTW, new Supra is a BMW. Would you buy a Toyota filter or the BMW one?
I wouldn't even buy a BMW Roadster disguised as a Supra. Go buy yourself one of the older ones. I am fixing up my old No-Mod 96 Turbo and practically overhauling the entire Engine Transmission etc. You can always make me an offer - which I will refuse anyways. But the Factory Toyota Filters for the old one sell for < $4 and what I've used on the Car for all of it's 23 years. Always use Factory parts if it's a Toyota - Made in Japan or even a Subaru - mostly made in Japan, unless you are actually modifying the Car - then only use top notch after market parts.
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AC Delco is OEM for GM which isn't very high quality AFAIK. What do they know about Honda, Subara, Toyota and Nissan requirements?

But hey, it's your car. If you want to slap one-size-fits-all generic parts on it, good luck.
Agree. Never cheap out on a replacement part, especially a low cost Oil Filter if you are going to keep your car for the long haul. You never realize the impact of cheap oil filters until you open up the engine and find a lot of sludge and carbon buildup over a decade or longer, despite regular oil changes. and Toyota and Subaru - which I 've owned are very very sensitive to after market parts.
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Agree. Never cheap out on a replacement part, especially a low cost Oil Filter if you are going to keep your car for the long haul. You never realize the impact of cheap oil filters until you open up the engine and find a lot of sludge and carbon buildup over a decade or longer, despite regular oil changes. and Toyota and Subaru - which I 've owned are very very sensitive to after market parts.
lol. how does an oil filter cause carbon buildup??? or even sludge?
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lol. how does an oil filter cause carbon buildup??? or even sludge?
Seriously?? . And you have a reputation of over 4000?? You know nothing about the ABCs of Oil or how a car and its components function. You must be one of those folks buying a brand new Prickly BMW every 2 years. Good luck to you. Did you pay SD to get that high reputation as well.
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