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Old 05-20-2017, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default Oil filters

There are a variety of oil filters available and I take the usual type that is included with the special in my local auto parts store like Bush, Oil Change, K & N or as Delco. I have also used SAP and Mann filters and there is usually no much difference in price. I love the man because those are made in Germany, but I'm not sure if it really makes a difference.
I avoid Borolatorr because I have heard bad things about them. And it is sold in Wal-Mart stores, obviously the place to find cheaper products than anything else. There is actually no difference in price much for most filters and it seems that only the most distinguish between packaging, talking and marketing. So I stay with big brands like Bosch, K & N, Mobil, SAP or man.
Some brands also have regular, premium and other versions of the candidate. I also see the large K & N and Mahel filters. Search Amazon for my 9-5 These filters are available to appear.
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Even some of the brands I've never heard of. This is crazy ...! Something like the choice of shampoo or toothpaste in supermarkets ... we cannot be our only 3 choices are good, better and better?
So ... What is the best candidate we have SABS? How to choose which one to buy?
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Old 05-20-2017, 11:16 AM   #2
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way to just repost something from another site, but just move some words around. I'm going to assume you're a dummy/spam account.

from http://saabworld.net/showthread.php?t=31057

"There is a large choice of oil filters available and I usual take the kind that is included with the oil change special at my local auto parts store like Bosch, K&N or AC Delco. I also have used the Saab and MANN filters and there usually isn't much price difference. I like MANN because those are made in Germany but not sure if that really makes a difference.

I avoid Purolator because i have heard bad things about them. And they sell those at Walmart, the obvious place to find the cheapest products of anything. There really isn't much price difference for most filters and most only seem to differentiate between packaging and marketing talk. So I just stay with the larger brands like Bosch, K&N, Mobil, Saab or MANN.

Some brands also have regular, premium and other versions of their filter. I am also seeing oversized filters from K&N and Mahle. A search on Amazon for my 9-5 shows these filters are available.

Bosch Premium
Bosch D3330 Distance Plus
Bosch L3330 Long life
Purolator Classic
Purolator PureONE
Purolator Synthetic
Royal Purple Extended Life
K&N Pro Series
K&N Performance
Wix Spin-on
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Mann
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Fram Extra Guard
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Fram Extended Guard
Fram High Mileage
Pennzoil Regular
Pennzoil Platinum
Mobil 1 Extended Performance
Denso
Baldwin Heavy Duty
Mahle Original
AC Delco Professional Classic

And even some more brands I have never heard of. It's crazy...! Kind of like choosing shampoo or toothpaste in the big stores.. Can't we have just 3 choices Good, Better and Best?

So... what's the best filter for our Saabs? How do you choose which one to buy? "
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Old 05-20-2017, 12:06 PM   #3
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Now that you mention it, whats a Saab doing on a Mustang GT Registry??? More to the point, how did it get here? I think we need to fire the bouncer and consfiscate thier 'stang as punshment.

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Old 07-05-2018, 09:47 AM   #5
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I was just going to say the same thing. What is that going to accomplish by copying posts from other forums with a completely different brand car?!
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