How long does oil last?

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Suddenly, without warning, jmc exclaimed (02-Mar-07 8:12 PM):


Nevermind. Have to get 'em in the States (flyin' out tomorrow) and ship 'em myself. Partsamerica wanted $20 to ship three bloody filters and a small wrench. Augh! The whole parts order was only $25.00!
Anybody know a good online parts vendor that charges fair shipping prices to APO addresses?
jmc
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I do!
;^)
Mike
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If you have to buy them yourself and ship them back, buy something other than Fram, like Wix or one of the other well known industrial filter makers, such as Fleetguard.
Fram isn't a good filter.
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Since oil don't wear out and only gets contaminated, some companies make a centrifuge that takes out all the contaminates. Google it. Many of the larger commercial trucks have them. I believe they also make a smaller version for autos/pickups. They aren't cheap, but may be better than changing you oil and filter all the time. By using one, you only need to replace any oil that was burned occasionally and clean the centrifuge.
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