I think the Fram filter is smaller.
I use a three-fingered wrench. It has a 3/8" square drive and uses a gear
to pull the arms tighter when you turn the wrench.
I've done my best to measure a filter. Unfortunately, I don't have a cap
wrench that I can just size up with a tame measure. It seems to be 11.0"
in circumference, with 15 flats on the end and the corners even with the
circumference of the filter. I'm not sure how you size up an wrench which
hits a flat on one side and a corner 180 degrees away. Anyway, here's my
Diameter = 3.50" = 88.9mm
Radius = 1.75" = 44.5mm
Apothem (perpendicular to side) = 2Rcos(12deg)
= 1.71" = 43.4mm
Depending on how they measure, I could see the range being 3 and 7/16
inches to 3.5 inches (87mm - 89mm). And there could be a couple mm error
in there as well. I didn't have anything to accurately measure the filter
itself, so I wrapped a piece of solder around it and measured the solder.
Also beware of filters that are very small.
From your 65/67mm measurement, I'd judge that's what you have. I've been
told (only semireliable word of mouth) that these are the ones that can
cause oil starvation to the engine, but have no actual firsthand or
official evidence of this other than Hyundai's TSB 05-20-002 cautioning in
general against using aftermarket filters. I suppose you can assign
whatever importance to this you wish. Personally, I don't recall having a
serious issue with any car with one of these filters. I've see a few XGs
with lifter tap that went away after an oil change, but it wasn't
necessarily clear whether the issue was the filter or the oil.