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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-16-04, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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Went to Ford the other day an asked for an AFL1 . the Ford badged filters they had were rebadged ryco z9s. nothing wrong with them of course I was just hoping to get a Motorcraft one?

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Re: Do Motorcraft oil filters still exist?

yeh they still sell em
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Re: Do Motorcraft oil filters still exist?

motorcraft is essentially fords own inhouse brand anyway arent they?

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Re: Do Motorcraft oil filters still exist?

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motorcraft is essentially fords own inhouse brand anyway arent they?
yeh its the inhouse brand... I guess I'll have to ring around for next time... all this dealer had were the ryco ones. cost $11

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Re: Do Motorcraft oil filters still exist?

I hope you don't think Ford ever made their own filters. See Oil Filters and teh links I posted there.

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Re: Do Motorcraft oil filters still exist?

Thats Funny I Just Brought A Motorcraft Afl1 Aussie Made.. In Us They Are An Fla1 Motorcraft Us Built..
I Thought Ryco Was A Repco Filter.. Ford Use Motorcraft As A Genuine Item. Your Dealer Has Ripped You.. He Can Buy Ryco Filters Half The Price He Can From Ford.. And Sell To You At Ford Price.. But Then At $11 Who Really Cares

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