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Old 08-28-2009, 09:10 AM   #1
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f53 oil filters

i hear there is a fram oil filter that will increase oil capacity one quart. does anyone know part number for 06 v10 ?
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Not sure why you would want a larger oil filter, I've been using the Ford Motorcraft FL-820S filter on our coach which now has 65k miles with zero problems. I do use Mobil-1 Full synthetic 5w30 oil. I realize the filter Ford uses appears to be a bit small in oil capacity for the size of the engine but so far it does the job well.
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Go to a NAPA store and ask them if they have a larger capacity filter that has the same diameter and thread as your present one. They can lok it up in their book and give you product number. It probably won't be a Fram, but [in my opinion] that's an improvement anyway.
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