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FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black

FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black
$ 3.98

Score By Feature

Based on 4,697 ratings
Easy to install
9.73
Easy to remove
9.71
Mileage
9.51
Value for money
9.28

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Product Description

Up to 10,000 miles of proven protection
It is designed to be used with conventional or synthetic motor oils
An exclusive blend of fibers and resin creates a filter media that captures more than ninety percent of dust and dirt particles that can cause engines to wear prematurely
The product is specifically designed for the everyday driver who performs frequent maintenance on their vehicle
An effective dirt trapping rate of 95%

Questions & Answers

If the box says it will last 20k miles, I will change the synthetic at 6k miles. Do I need to replace this filter then, or can I use it for another two 6k service intervals?

If the filter is kept on until its life has expired, I would assume it is cool to keep it on. With this small filter, I am not sure I would go up to 18k. There is a very small filtering area on the XG6607. As a personal preference, I go up to 10K with the best sync. By using premium oils and a premium filter, do a complete lube service. If the oil says good for 10 to 15 years, do a lube service. As long as your engine is running properly, it should be good for 15k. Rather than using the sync, I prefer to use my computer. Make sure you use the oil for the maximum period of time and to change the filters frequently. . It's my .

What do you think of this Kioti DK40SE hood?

I haven't heard of that vehicle but what I did was go to Walmart or AutoZone to see what type of filter would fit my vehicle, or search online using the make and model name. Alternatively, you can buy it on Amazon if it is cheaper than at Walmart or Autozone.

What is the best way to tell if this will fit my car?

You should have an option to choose your car type under the price of the item. This will show you whether or not it fits your vehicle. The auto one website also gives you the option to select items based on your vehicle. For both sites, the part number will remain the same

am going to jiffy to get my oil changed on my Nissan Sentra 2015. Would it be best for me to buy my own oil and filter as well if I brought my own oil? How else do you describe it? Can you please thank me?

The cheapest way to save money over a year is to buy a set of ramps, an oil drain pan, a cheap ratchet set and do your own oiling. Learn how to change the oil in your specific car by watching a YouTube video. Although I am not sure if jiffy lube allows you to bring your own oil or filter, even if they do, you will still be able to save a lot if you do it quickly by yourself.

Selected User Reviews For FRAM Extra Guard PH6607, 10K Mile Change Interval Spin-On Oil Filter, black

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3/5

My family has had FRAM filters for years in several cars, and I appreciate their grip coating and reasonable price. But when I started shopping for a replacement cabin filter for my new Mazda, I did a lot YouTube is full of videos comparing FRAM's filters with their competitors. Do a search for FRAM filters and you'll find several videos showing how poor the quality is. While I am good at performing routine oil changes and the likelihood of having issues arise from a poor quality oil filter is low, it is still disappointing to find that brand new FRAM filters already have rust on the inside, and I also find the filter material to be of low The grip coating should be available on other brands as well. Bosch filters may be used in the future.

Colette Thomas
Colette Thomas
| Jan 07, 2021
It is crossed that everything goes well
4/5

In any case, the XG6607 was not heavier than the Denso 150 I have my HR16 dating back to 2004 In my opinion, the DE (Nissan motor) and I have no intention to drive more than 5,000 miles on this ultra-large SUV Optical filter made of synthetic materials. My move to Kirkland is coupled with my switch to full-time The synthetic form of In 4,000 miles, this filter was part of a conversion for lube shop and dealership oils and even cheaper filters from cheap WalMart, Firestone, and conventional * Since the full-length version of this has been released In both cases, synthetic oil (the same as Amazon Basics) has more effective detergents. This will be the second of 3 occasions where I expect to encounter crud and grit The filter is in charge of cleaning and trapping the dirty particles. It seems to be thinner than Denso, which I believe is Nissan's original equipment manufacturer. It was possible to flex the sides with the Denso, but I wasn't able to do that with the Comstar. As for the grip top texture, it is a plus. I think the fit and installation were great.

Landry Richardson
Landry Richardson
| Nov 05, 2020
The oil filter is a piece of equipment
5/5

It doesn't look like much else is going on. As far as the filter's performance is concerned, I can't comment. That is why I keep coming back to Fram, since I know they have a great reputation. Currently there is conflicting information on the internets regarding which filter will fit the 2013 Mazda 3i Touring Skyactiv engine. I am writing this review to clarify that it suits the Skyactiv engine. Mazda listed it incorrectly at one point, and I suppose that is where the errors came from. As for the Mazda 3 Skyactiv, it's a good fit. My hope is that this will help a fellow Mazda owner avoid the frustration of purchasing a.

Messiah FitzGerald
Messiah FitzGerald
| Nov 24, 2020
Everything seems to be working fine
5/5

It seems like we banter over this filter and that filter so much, but I'm not sure many of us know what's good and what's Only our own experiences give us any basis for comparison. My vehicle needs synthetic oil, not conventional. I've been using Fram UltraGuard for years and use it on multiple vehicles. As of today, I haven't had a single oil spill This is related to engine problems. The filter is "rated" for 15K miles, but I replace it at 10K miles. This extra grippy covering makes removal a breeze, and it makes the covers a breeze to remove!.

Mckenna Arroyo
Mckenna Arroyo
| Dec 17, 2020
This is the XG6607 frame filter
4/5

The sync program I use is called Sync. A service interval of 10 to 15 thousand miles can be reached with this oil. While it is hard to judge how well these filters hold up, I did cut open a Fram air filter that I had removed for the oil change, which had served me well for the past ten thousand miles. It was in perfect condition, with no signs of As I pull out the filter can for my Nissan application (XG6607), I am amazed at how small the actual filter is inside the can. I am also wondering what effect the filter can have.

Cynthia Pearce
Cynthia Pearce
| Oct 30, 2020
good substitute at a reasonable price
5/5

My Korean built compact tractor is equipped with this filter instead of the original OEM part. With the exact same specifications at about 35% of the cost of originals, this product is an excellent option. I have had trouble finding them locally in big box stores, and the auto parts store does not seem to carry Fram, my mainstay for over 40 years when it comes to old filters. My opinion is that it is a good product at a fair price. The next time I need them, I'll purchase them.

Avery MELLOR
Avery MELLOR
| May 27, 2021
Having a rubberized grip on the handle is a very practical Many years have passed since I last used fram filters
5/5

Having a rubberized grip on the handle is a very practical The following information has been updated The oil I use in my 2007 Honda CBR1000RR is Castrol Power 1 Use it for the first time on November 17, It's a bike I've had since 2011, and I bought it with about 6,000 miles on it. The commuters pretty much ride daily since the weather is always pleasant (65-68 degrees etc. The average temperature is 90F throughout the year). 5,000 miles on my car and every time I change the oil, I use a FRAM XG6607. This oil has been changed twice so far with my bike after it has accumulated 66,000 miles. Oil is not being burned by the bike, and it runs well. You can read the full version here *br*.

Rosalie WESTON
Rosalie WESTON
| Jul 07, 2020
You cannot beat the quality of these oil filters
5/5

When it comes to the average Joe who likes to do their own car maintenance, a pair of these are a great choice. They are reliable, long lasting (but don't put that to the test), and, most importantly, are By using a textured grip instead of a plain plain grip, you won't have to worry so much about overtightening your oil filter (don't try that or you'll ruin the threads).

River Walters
River Walters
| Jun 04, 2021

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