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    2 6l90's toast close to the same mileage?

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by clinebarger</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The 6L80E/6L90E's run very clean 'til something comes apart & contaminates the unit. I don't see how auxillary filters would help. The Allison 1000/2000 spin on filter & magnet...
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    Just used 2.5 year old brake fluid. Works great!

    You guys could save a lot on your water bill if you drink your used brake fluid. Ever since I started drinking my used brake fluid, I've cut my water bill in half and I've won so many internet arguments. The health benefits are amazing! I've also been collecting urine from all of the...
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    Just used 2.5 year old brake fluid. Works great!

    BITOG has been slowly turning into a safe space for extreme cheapskate nonsense. Like rust inside the brake lines, so are the days of our lives...
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    Fleet filter suggestion

    Based on what I've seen from both, Wix (Napa Gold) and Hastings are very close in terms of solid construction and quality filter media. I would be comfortable using either brand. For engines that spend a lot of time at wide open throttle, I like to use wire backed synthetic media filters. Wix...
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    Home-Made Bypass: Hydraulic Filters??

    I have considered doing what you describe. The Donaldson filters you mentioned have a maximum operating temperature of 225 F. Oil temperatures can get hotter than this. That was the deal breaker for me. If your engine has an oil cooler and the maximum oil temperatures never exceed 225 F, then...
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    Micro T-7316 cut open

    Where can you buy this brand?
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    2 6l90's toast close to the same mileage?

    clinebarger, Do you think that this application would benefit from a spin-on hydraulic filter installed within the cooler circuit? Similar to Allison transmissions that use an external spin-on filter.
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    FRAM COR4967 - 13,239 miles

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by dave1251</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> Not the case it's the oil not being changed regularly. </div></div> At this point, no one can say what caused, or did not cause the issues seen in the information posted by the...
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    FRAM COR4967 - 13,239 miles

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by CR94</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Using a cellulose-based filter that far does not cause that ugly condition.</div></div> At this point, no one can say what caused, or did not cause the issues seen in the information...
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    FRAM COR4967 - 13,239 miles

    At 13,239 miles, this is expected behavior in my opinion. I would not run any cellulose based filter that far. I will speculate that the oil looks bad because the engine has gone many miles with the equivalent of no filter.
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    C&P on Four New Filters for 2016 Yukon XL Denali

    Thanks for the cut and post.
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    Pro-Tec 130

    The pattern with these jobber grade filters seems to be a thinner and weaker media. Great if you own a quick lube shop. Great if you don't keep a vehicle very long. The consequences of increased engine wear will fall on someone else at a later time. They may work great, or they may tear before...
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    K&N HP-1008 Cut Open

    Looks like a good filter overall. Thanks for posting.
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    Old ST Torn

    To the OP, thank you for the cut and post. Your time and the contribution of valuable information is much appreciated. When a filter success is posted, the authenticity of the anecdote is never questioned and the filter is celebrated as a hero. But when a failure is posted, something different...
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    Fleetguard LF777 performance

    <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted by jetman</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Here are the specs for: Fleetguard LF777 = 99% @ 30 microns: <a...
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