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Old 10-04-2018, 10:10 AM   #1
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On Line Diesel Filter Source

I have used this company several times as well as other site

Prices seem to be very competitive and they have a great selection available

Free shipping when you purchase several and very quick delivery


https://puredieselpower.com/
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Old 10-04-2018, 03:50 PM   #2
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You don't say which diesel engine you have. If Cummins, there are sources all over the internet, many don't even charge shipping if you purchase a certain amount.
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I recently got filters for our 400ISL off Amazon. Best deal I found.
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I recently got filters for our 400ISL off Amazon. Best deal I found.
I checked several on Amazon and Pure was cheaper for Fleetgard isl9 filters
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on line is great but be aware that filters all have a shelf life.
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Old 10-05-2018, 10:40 AM   #6
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on line is great but be aware that filters all have a shelf life.
That is a good point and a great reason to buy from a source that sells a lot of filters and don't have old stock

Many of the super deals on Amazon are old stock or from sellers who picked up a bunch at an auction although there are legitimate sellers as well

I usually find eBay to be cheaper but not always on many items if I choose to go that route

Pure Diesel handles filters for many engines and all I have gotten have been the latest packaging, some which were actually dated

I noticed another poster mentioning buying from Amazon however PDP will almost always be 20% or more cheaper and it will be a new stock filter or filters
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I usually get my filters from amazon and find there prices to be the best overall although one filter may be cheaper elsewhere but not worth splitting the order plus Iím usually ordering something from them anyways. I have also ordered from RV chassis parts and find there prices very competitive and they specialize in RV parts so you have good customer service and assistance. I have a Cummings ISL and order Fleetguard filters
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I usually get my filters from amazon and find there prices to be the best overall although one filter may be cheaper elsewhere but not worth splitting the order plus Iím usually ordering something from them anyways. I have also ordered from RV chassis parts and find there prices very competitive and they specialize in RV parts so you have good customer service and assistance. I have a Cummings ISL and order Fleetguard filters
All 12 Fleetguard filters I purchase for the Cummins are cheaper at PDP and all come from new stock not saying yours don't.
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I mostly buy from Ebay. Look for deals.
As for filter life I seal them the day I receive them. They last for years. On the vehicle is the worst environment for them. Vibration, hot, cold, humidity and in bad weather are far worse than stored in the garage.
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Here's the source I've used for Donaldson filters:


https://www.dieselequipmentinc.com/
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