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Old July 17th, 2012, 11:06 AM
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Genuine Oil Filter ERR3340

Does anyone know where the least expensive place to buy Genuine LR Oil Filters #ERR3340 by the case is?

I've used up the cases I bought from Mike McCollum @ Westchester LR years ago.

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Old July 17th, 2012, 11:56 AM
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Not sure, but I use the ford motorcraft ones available at wal-mart. LR had us use them when they ran short of the genuine filters (yes that happened).
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Old July 17th, 2012, 01:18 PM
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Who actually makes them for LR?
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Old July 17th, 2012, 01:27 PM
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Wix as of the dawn of time when I knew.
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We have the German Mahle brand on sale http://www.roverparts.com/Parts/ERR3340.cfm
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Old July 18th, 2012, 07:26 AM
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Why do you want genuine? There's nothing special about them except the green oval on the box.

I've been using Wix and Hastings/Baldwin for decades and the Wix 51515 on my V8's since getting my first coiler.
I've just switched to Baldwin B2 when I bought a case online for $3.50 each, shipped. Locally they area about $7 and I was getting the Wix locally for about $4.50.

Wix and Baldwin are the most commonly used filter by people who depend on their vehicles for their livelihood.
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We have them but only use em when we build a truck cause it looks good, otherwise we use Mahle or Wix also.
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Why do you want genuine? There's nothing special about them except the green oval on the box.

I've been using Wix and Hastings/Baldwin for decades and the Wix 51515 on my V8's since getting my first coiler.
I've just switched to Baldwin B2 when I bought a case online for $3.50 each, shipped. Locally they area about $7 and I was getting the Wix locally for about $4.50.

Wix and Baldwin are the most commonly used filter by people who depend on their vehicles for their livelihood.
I guess just force of habit. No real allegiance to the genuine. Never tried the Wix before, but the consensus seems to be they are fine. I'll go that direction.
Thanks for the comments.
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Why do you want genuine? There's nothing special about them except the green oval on the box.

I've been using Wix and Hastings/Baldwin for decades and the Wix 51515 on my V8's since getting my first coiler.
I've just switched to Baldwin B2 when I bought a case online for $3.50 each, shipped. Locally they area about $7 and I was getting the Wix locally for about $4.50.

Wix and Baldwin are the most commonly used filter by people who depend on their vehicles for their livelihood.
I wouldn't run baldwin filters, we run them at work and I wouldn't trust them in my personal vehicle.

Does anyone have an issue with the Proline filters, my Series 3 has the spin on adapter and the genuine V8 filter is what is currently on their but I bought the Proline filter, wondering if anyone had issues with them?
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I have used a lot of different types... I do try and use the more expensive ones. I like the K&N ones.
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I wouldn't run baldwin filters, we run them at work and I wouldn't trust them in my personal vehicle.
Care to elaborate?
In over 35 years I've never had issues with them and the guy who did the MiniMopar extensive oil filter analysis likes them well enough to choose Baldwin over the other 45 or so filters he analyzed.
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Still curious what the issue is with Baldwin filters.
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Still curious what the issue is with Baldwin filters.
I've seen 2 inner air filter disintegrate long before they were due, and from what my father has said from running them in fleet trucks for years that he would never run them on his own vehicle. I would look into Donaldson for filters.
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Oh, well, I've never used Baldwin air filters.
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