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Old 10-14-2011, 12:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which Baldwin oil filter? 07 5.9

I searched the site and found two Baldwin oil filters for an 07 5.9. Which one of these two performs better and is it worth the price difference. Also what change interval is everybody using. I'm also running Rotella with it

bt7349 or the bd7317
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bt7349 is a full flow filter

bd7317 is a full flow and bypass all-in-one filter

Here is a great comparison on DTR between the BD7317 and Fleetguard LF9028. The Baldwin is easily inferior to the Fleetguard. Consensus on dual flow oil filters (Baldwin 7317) - Dodge Diesel - Diesel Truck Resource Forums
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I thought Baldwin oil filters were supposed to be as good as their fuel ones. So which brand then that doesn't break the bank ? How about the dealer mopar one. Because $45 for a filter is a big ouch
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I use the Doanldson oil filters, get them from the cummin`s shop. I do use the baldwin fuel filters.
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I thought Baldwin oil filters were supposed to be as good as their fuel ones. So which brand then that doesn't break the bank ? How about the dealer mopar one. Because $45 for a filter is a big ouch
Another good option is the donaldson elf7349...if you google it you will find it online for 13 bucks plus shipping...great value for a 15 micron absolute filter.
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Yep Donaldson for oil and Baldwin for fuel. I get them at a local filter wearhouse.
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Is there anywhere locally I can pick up the Donaldsons in Miami, fl. Does napa, grainger or any place like that carry them
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Yep Donaldson for oil and Baldwin for fuel. I get them at a local filter wearhouse.
This is the best available for the OEM filter locations. Donaldson ELF7349 or Amsoil EaO80 oil filter and Baldwin PF7977 fuel filter.

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Is there anywhere locally I can pick up the Donaldsons in Miami, fl. Does napa, grainger or any place like that carry them
http://apartsdepot.com/catalog/index...facturers_id=1 is where I get all my filters from.
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does the donaldson compare the same to the amsoil?
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does the donaldson compare the same to the amsoil?
Exact same media is inside. Donaldson owns the patent and Amsoil has a manufacturing license with Donaldson to make the media themselves. Donaldson calls it SynTeq and Amsoil calls it NanoFiber.
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Is there anywhere locally I can pick up the Donaldsons in Miami, fl. Does napa, grainger or any place like that carry them
A truck or heavy equipment store might have them but they might not have the ELF line at every location.

https://dynamic.donaldson.com/webc/W...r/locator.html

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Exact same media is inside. Donaldson owns the patent and Amsoil has a manufacturing license with Donaldson to make the media themselves. Donaldson calls it SynTeq and Amsoil calls it NanoFiber.
basically Donaldson makes Amsoils full flow oil filters.
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NavyDood has the right answer.
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