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  1. #1

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    Default Oil filters

    Does anyone have a part number for an aftermarket oil filter for the LK3054?

    Thanks, Jeff

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    Hi Jeff, this came off another post in this section. I'm sure you will get other responses also. WIX filter # is 51182 for a LK 3054. Have fun.

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    Thanks JB, I had seen the post for the wix filters. Not sure who sells the brand in my area. I was hoping for a number for fram or other name brand that is carried in the local WalMart. The Kioti brand from the dealer is $8.95 plus shipping since they are an hour away. I'll keep looking.

    Thanks Again, Jeff

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    There was good information on this under"Kioti filter crossover" from back in april.( I don't know how to make this thread clickable)
    But you should be able to use those Napa and Wix filter # at Walmart and cross them over from their filter book.

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    Thanks Wolbert, your right, I should have thought of their cross reference books.

    Thanks, Jeff

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    not sure where its located, but someone posted a pretty informative article from a guy that tore apart a bunch of filters and did a comparison of the quality etc.. you might wanna do a search and see if you can come up with that article...mainly he said the same thing i have heard for several years..do not use fram filters!!
    heehaw

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    That may have been on one of the truck forums, perhaps the dodge one.
    Egon

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    <font color=red>"i have heard for several years..do not use fram filters!!"
    heehaw</font color=red>

    Who do you believe?Consumer reports did a study a while back and concluded that most were about the same but,Fram was a cut above the rest.Later I heard/read that some said that fram filters were so dense that they actually restricted oil flow and therefore voided warranty claims on some new vehicles.......Mike



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    Default Re: Oil filters

    Ok, then why do you not just use a OEM filter???
    Call the dealer and have them ship you a complete set, and possibly an extra set for later.
    K

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    Default Re: Oil filters

    Mrkioti,I use OEM filters exclusively,why take a chance to save a few bucks...........Mike

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