Junior Sucioz: Idk why everyone is making a big deal about this honestly if you change your oil/filter whenever its due your vehicle is going to be okay
John Adams: Fram filters are known to be a the BOTTOM of the pack. Fram is Almost UNACCEPTABLE.
John Adams: You need a video camera that works. Thanks for trying, though.
Yard Sale Dale: Won't the felts (cardboard) swell up with oil?
sale Hillal: It is not cardboard. Be informed before you embarrass your self in public.
sale Hillal: Purolaters and Frams are both bottom of the barrel filters . Purolaters elements tear.
Peter Piper: Well the Purolator is definitely constructed better. It's also about 50 cents cheaper than Fram in Walmart. BUT.... when they're out of Purolator, I'll buy a Motorcraft or Bosch. Out of those and I'll pick up a Fram and not feel bad about it. Even if it has a gaping hole in it that means your oil is unfiltered for 3,000 miles. Your engine is still getting oil and would fare worse if it overheats ONE time. Too much emphasis is being put on these filters.
Justin P.: The only good fram oil filter is the ultra
Ray G: My pops has a truck with 250k. Always uses the Fram orange cans of death. Change your damn oil when its due and you'll be fine. Do you think the metal end caps somehow fuse with the paper to create a perfect seal? Guess what, at the end of the day, its the adhesive that counts. Sure, paper looks cheaper but it works.
MrCrimsonbeast: that was not the anti drain back valve that was the bypass valve
SGDeGalvez: now ya tell me. sheesh.
gimik2: Is there somone taking a leak in the background? What's up with the running water sound?
TheDerrty111: Really a freaking cardboard lol
lightningsmokerXx: Wix , K&N good choices.
stay away from cheap filters peoples such as Fram if you are smart.
ReddmanDGZ: Fram filters are a mess of problems, plastic or sometimes even cardboard bypasses with thermal adhesive, cardboard caps means it's not filtering much after about 5-10 minutes.
William Morton: how does the my little pony toy compare to the purolator? lol good video man!
ubgood y: my opinion his that the end caps are not carboard but a fiberboard , when the filter his tight in the can the filter end cap seal the filter to the spring leaf also you should make a test on media micron with a machine for testing the microns that the media picks up . filter companies dont all buid the same way . but the most important part is when the dirty oil goes in and how mutch particales did the filter pick up on the first pass. to me that is the way to check the performance of the filter .Example if 100 articles go in the filter and 3 come out of that filter well guess what you have a filter with 97% ifficiency.and i rather have a filter with less pleats but with a better quality média . Filters with glass media and silicone anti drain valve and also containing a by pass valve when needed and that has also the right setting. (example 32-40 pressure differencial when the car builders require it ). and a filter that will withstand a 200 pound pressure before buldging if it needs to be built this way . Just my opinion . To me major filter company meet these standards.
George Lerma, Sr.: What about the filtering material? That's most important.
SilverStar Heggisist: I'd love to see a video comparing Fram Ultra Synthetic.
SilverStar Heggisist: thanks you might have just converted a life long Fram filter fan. especially since one of my trucks sits a lot I can see the cardboard deteriorating between long oil change intervals.
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