TRD oil filter

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Just bought a new TRD filter. Part number PTR43-00080 for my 2000 Camry 1MZ-FE it would appear to be made by Champion laboratories. Has an AA stamped on the base plate. It looks to be the same as a Royal Purple filter. Has a K&N nut on the top and a Toyota style rounded O-ring. Picked it up for $9.11 from a local Toyota dealer. Royal Purple
 
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Just wanted to say that the TRD filter does cross reference with alot of other vehicles. I read a post that Royal Purple filters were sold exclusively at PepBoys for $15 and some people do not have a store close to them. This is another option as Toyota dealers are everywhere and online.
 
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I'd be interested in the media specs as well. I've been thinking of using a similar TRD filter (ptr43-00082) that uses the same media.
 

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From the filter box it says. 1. 100% synthetic glass/polyester blend filtration media that's 98% efficient at 20 microns. 2. Heavy-duty pressure relief valve allows oil flow during cold starts. 3. High temperature, blue silicone anti-drainback valve retains oil in the filter to prevent dry starts. 4. Ported and polished backplate provides smooth oil inlet holes reducing oil restriction.
 
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 Originally Posted By: alltrac
Just wanted to say that the TRD filter does cross reference with alot of other vehicles. I read a post that Royal Purple filters were sold exclusively at PepBoys for $15 and some people do not have a store close to them. This is another option as Toyota dealers are everywhere and online.
yes good idea for people like me that live 2 hrs away from a PB but have a Toyota dealer closer,be nice to know.
 
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 Originally Posted By: alltrac
From the filter box it says. 1. 100% synthetic glass/polyester blend filtration media that's 98% efficient at 20 microns. 2. Heavy-duty pressure relief valve allows oil flow during cold starts. 3. High temperature, blue silicone anti-drainback valve retains oil in the filter to prevent dry starts. 4. Ported and polished backplate provides smooth oil inlet holes reducing oil restriction.
Doesn't a Purolatr PureOne beat the 98%@20um spec at around $6? I am not nuts about that nut either...
 
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 Originally Posted By: OVERK1LL
Does Toyota provide any specs on the media? beta ratings?
Could you post what a beta rating is? I don't know what that means. My Toyota dealer nearby only has the OEM (Denso) filters on the shelf. Could I ask for TRD at any Toyota dealer?
 

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 Originally Posted By: river_rat
My Toyota dealer nearby only has the OEM (Denso) filters on the shelf. Could I ask for TRD at any Toyota dealer?
Yes you can order TRD parts from a Toyota dealer.
 

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 Originally Posted By: river_rat
 Originally Posted By: OVERK1LL
Does Toyota provide any specs on the media? beta ratings?
Could you post what a beta rating is? I don't know what that means. My Toyota dealer nearby only has the OEM (Denso) filters on the shelf. Could I ask for TRD at any Toyota dealer?
It is the efficiency of the filter.
 
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I have to say that is an odd graphics design printed on the front of the box. Is that supposed to be duct tape and cardboard?
 

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 Originally Posted By: Samilcar
I have to say that is an odd graphics design printed on the front of the box. Is that supposed to be duct tape and cardboard?
I thought it look like duct tape and a brown paper bag.
 
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Thanks. I can't find a TRD part number that crosses online. They may not make them fit mine. I'll ask at the dealer.
 
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"TRD High Performance Oil Filters incorporate state-of-the-art design and materials offering superior protection. The filter uses 3 plies of 100% synthetic glass/polyester blend filtration meida that 98% efficient at 20 microns - that's smaller than pollen. Built with a heavy-duty pressure valve that allows oil flow during cold starts, a high temperature anti-drain back valve that retains oil in the filter to prevent dry starts, and a ported and polished backplate provides smooth oil inlet holes reducting oil restriction. " anyone know of a cross ref. for other cars/trucks??
 

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AC PF1245 AC PF1787 AC PF53 BRIGGS 491056 CHAMPION LAB. PH2835 FRAM HP7 FRAM PH3614 FRAM PH6022 FRAM PH7575 FRAM PH9342 FRAM PH9566 KOHLER 5205002 KOHLER 5205002S MOBIL1 M1102 MOBIL1 MO241 MOTORCRAFT FL793 MOTORCRAFT FL910 ONAN 1220645 PURO L10028 PURO L10241 WIX 51215 WIX 51348 WIX 51391 WIX 51785 WIX 57023 WIX 57181
 
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 Originally Posted By: alltrac
AC PF1245 AC PF1787 AC PF53 BRIGGS 491056 CHAMPION LAB. PH2835 FRAM HP7 FRAM PH3614 FRAM PH6022 FRAM PH7575 FRAM PH9342 FRAM PH9566 KOHLER 5205002 KOHLER 5205002S MOBIL1 M1102 MOBIL1 MO241 MOTORCRAFT FL793 MOTORCRAFT FL910 ONAN 1220645 PURO L10028 PURO L10241 WIX 51215 WIX 51348 WIX 51391 WIX 51785 WIX 57023 WIX 57181
[censored] don't see any of mine listed i use, PF52,PF1218
 
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