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post #1 of 11 Old 05-17-2011, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Bosch or pure1 oil filter?

I've looked and can't find my old post.
Last oil change I got bosch and I have had no problems at all....need to know if the pure1 filter is really better.


I use M1 syn oil....do alot of highway driving. Thanks.

Oh yeah...the price of both of the are about the same 6.49 and 6.99.


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Flip a coin. Both are good and there's no way to prove one is better than the other.

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Flip a coin. Both are good and there's no way to prove one is better than the other.
Cool..........I can live with that.

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Agreed. I got my PureONEs from Amazon for $5 each, with a $12 rebate for 4 filters = $2 for each filter. This'll last me 2 years.

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Bosch is the go to stnd for older Merc's ... nothing has changed, but thank to Bob is the Oil Guy forums (BITOG), I learned that bosch was bought out ..and the same line Purolator/PureOne's are produced on, is where Bosch filters come off of as well. It's simply a rebranded Purolater/PureOne, no joke. (many cut aways of the two different filters display the dead on similarity even)

Purolator/PureOne is tip top...great prices and if you're not doing extended fills...a viable contender against any other filter. M1, K&N, Amsoil oil filters...I'd get if I was doing 8-12k or more in terms of extended fills. I'm pretty religious on 4-4500 miles myself and Purolator does fine for me.

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Last oil change I got bosch and I have had no problems at all....need to know if the pure1 filter is really better.
I would go with bosch- higher brand. Everytime I open a pure-one at AAP, I see a lot of shoddy workmanship.
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I would go with bosch- higher brand. Everytime I open a pure-one at AAP, I see a lot of shoddy workmanship.
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Well....I bought the bosch filter, auto zone also match the price for the M1 syn oil they had it for 34.99 and walmart was 24.50. I told the guy at auto zone...."I rather give yous my money then them"

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I've used those Purolator filters for years with no problems.

I even used a few SuperTech filters from Wal-Mart. Everything seems to be OK, but I felt too cheap doing that.


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pureone. There a 3 dollar rebate for it now. I bought 4 on amazon. 12 back in my wallet yo.

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I would go with bosch- higher brand. Everytime I open a pure-one at AAP, I see a lot of shoddy workmanship.
Got X-Ray vision? How would you determine a filter is shoddy by looking in the box? By the way Bosch owns and produces Purolator filters and has since 2006.......so much for X-Ray vision.
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