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View Poll Results: Oil Filter Poll!!
Fram Ultra 48 6.98%
Mobil 1 71 10.32%
Toyota OEM 547 79.51%
Bosch 22 3.20%
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:42 PM   #121
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where can i get OEM ?
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:43 PM   #122
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OEM with a Amsoil EaBP90 bypass filter.

Oil looks cleaner than my piss...
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:44 PM   #123
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where can i get OEM ?
Dealer (don't pay more than $5).
eBay (box of 10 for $40 shipped)
Camelback Toyota, Titus-Will Toyota, Toyota of Dallas....
Shipping is around $10, filters are around $3.90, so the more you buy the better off you are factoring in shipping.

But the eBay deal is the best, and I think they come with drain plug gaskets.
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Old 07-14-2013, 10:47 PM   #124
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The eBay box of 10 for $40 I ordered didn't come with drain bolt washers, but I anneal and re-use a copper washer, so it wasn't an issue.
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Old 07-15-2013, 07:02 PM   #125
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I've got a Fumoto drain valve, so it's not an issue for me either.
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Old 07-15-2013, 07:04 PM   #126
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OEM with a Amsoil EaBP90 bypass filter.

Oil looks cleaner than my piss...
You should really see a doctor about that. Kidney stones are not fun...
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Old 07-17-2013, 10:19 AM   #127
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toyo oem oil fil

after buying my 10 taco last november, i viewed a video on the differences between the after market, (junk), filters and oem. it sold me. i went on line and bought a case for like $48, (12 per cs), which i think included shipping. i run castrol gtx in all 4 of my vehicles but that's negotiable. the filters, in my opinion, are not. good luck
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Old 07-20-2013, 07:17 PM   #128
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Mobil 209 is the replacement for the toyota OEM, not the one that Chris used for his comparisons. I spoke with the manager for lube dept. at the Toyota dealer and mentioned this to him. He said that all the auto parts store give tou the wrong filter, becuase that is what toyota put on the books. It was an error and they are basically giving you the oil filter for the 4cyl. Engine. Of course if you cross-reference the part # of thie toyota filter, then you will get the true replacement for any brand you want. i personally go with Mobil 1 oil filter and mobil 1 full synhtetic, cause I omly have to change the oil once a year with that combo.
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I use Toyota "OEM TRD" filters ... not in poll.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:31 PM   #130
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It was an error and they are basically giving you the oil filter for the 4cyl. Engine. Of course if you cross-reference the part # of thie toyota filter, then you will get the true replacement for any brand you want. i personally go with Mobil 1 oil filter and mobil 1 full synhtetic, cause I omly have to change the oil once a year with that combo.
Only difference is the length of the housing.
Most likely, the M1-209 uses the same filter element as the shorter filter that Chris opened up. This is VERY common and was confirmed on a number of different brand filters, including Amsoil EAO.
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I use Toyota "OEM TRD" filters ... not in poll.
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You could have checked "Mobil-1"... the K&N, Mobil-1, and TRD are all the same filter.
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Old 07-21-2013, 05:40 PM   #131
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for now I'm using the OEM filter but it's due to the freebie thing (haven't hit 100k miles yet). Although this does give me something to seriously think about when the time comes.
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Old 07-21-2013, 08:31 PM   #132
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I'm gonna stick with OEM

Check out this forum, good write up on the comparisons.
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tec...mpetition.html
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What kind of filter element is that on the 90915-20004?

As for filters, I've run a mix of YZZD3's, NAPA 1348's, and currently a NAPA 1516. I'm curious, I may go buy a 1348 and 1516 and cut them both open to see if there is a difference in filter media size.
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Of these links, only the first one and third one are $4 shipped per filter. The rest end up being closer to $5 shipped which is the actual cost. For some reason those two links didn't come up in the searches I did so thanks for the link.
I know it's a few bucks more, but you can order them from amazon (prime is available for item) I think it's like 6 bucks single. Or you can buy them in a full or half case.

Go here to see options.
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I know it's a few bucks more, but you can order them from amazon (prime is available for item) I think it's like 6 bucks single. Or you can buy them in a full or half case.

Go here to see options.
If he doesn't want to spend $5, why the hell would he want to spend $6-$7?

Titus-Will, with shipping, is $88 for a box of 20. $4.40 each.
Would be about $5 each for a box of 10 because of the $9 minimum shipping charge.
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Detailed info on the NAPA (Wix) 1348 and 1516 direct from Wix's website.



Looks like the only differences are the height of the can and the nominal micron rating. For $13, I'll pick these up tomorrow while I'm in town and cut them open to see if there are any internal differences.
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You can't go wrong in using an OEM, Purolater Pure 1 or Mobil 1 filter.
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Old 09-06-2013, 05:56 AM   #139
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OEM all the way. No issues with it at all. The only other filter I used on this truck was a Bosch filter once. Nothing wrong with it at all but it is smaller and a little harder to get a hold of with my filter wrench. OEM gives no issues and as you can tell... most people here are in agreement with the OEM. OEM at the dealer cost me $4.50 which is about the only thing they don't rip me off on.
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OEM filters only for this guy. You can snag them cheap on eBay if you don't feel like driving to the dealership.
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