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[CLEARANCE) Fram Tough Guard Oil Filter ($3 - $9)

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[Walmart] [CLEARANCE) Fram Tough Guard Oil Filter ($3 - $9)

Walmart has FRAM Tough Guards on clearance again, but this time half the stock is $3 per filter and some others being $5, $7, or $9. Good luck.

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I know, I know... Fram is trash, but their Tough Guard isn't bad. The real trash is their regular Extra Guard, now that is really trash. But 3 bucks, come on...
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damn I just did my oil change over the weekend and bought a TG filter from canadian tire for 10 bucks. anyways nice find
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Stocktrack shows that TG7313 is $3 and there's still a few in the GTA. Good filters and some excellent prices.
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Good timing all stores showing clearance pricing and > 5 in stock
TG7317 for Hondas: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=910056054

Can combine with Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 5L that is $19 at some stores (reg. 57.98)
0W-20: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7161136554
5W-20: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7161136557
5W-30: https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=7161136560

Or Royal Purple also for $19
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that is pretty cheap, is it rated for synthetic?
WTB amazon gc @90%
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I've been using fram for yrs now without any issues
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Any in 1/2"-28 thread?
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Scooped some up for my Elantra and Sonata for $3 each.

I noticed that some sneaky people had switched incorrect paper cartridge filters into the 9688 boxes, so they could get the 9688s scanned for cheaper in a paper filter box. Pretty low!

I left those boxes open so people would know.
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Dec 25, 2012
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My $45 oil changes includes a frame filter. What's the point . $20 Castrol oil and $3 filter. I saved maybe $20. But had to waste time going under, getting dirty. And now disposing of used oil. I'd rather just pay the $45
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micromen wrote: My $45 oil changes includes a frame filter. What's the point . $20 Castrol oil and $3 filter. I saved maybe $20. But had to waste time going under, getting dirty. And now disposing of used oil. I'd rather just pay the $45
When you can save $40+ for a synthetic change for just 20 minutes time then yes its worth it. Plus the peace of mind that it was done right.
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divx wrote: that is pretty cheap, is it rated for synthetic?
No such thing... Just creative marketing!
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micromen wrote: My $45 oil changes includes a frame filter. What's the point . $20 Castrol oil and $3 filter. I saved maybe $20. But had to waste time going under, getting dirty. And now disposing of used oil. I'd rather just pay the $45
sounds like youre in the wrong forum
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Anyone doing 12,000km OCI? Well, that's what the manual states for 2013 Hyundai Elantra and I believe newer cars too.

Also, I noticed they increased the rating for tough guard. It used to be 16000km, now it's 24000km. Synthetic used to be 24000km, now 32000km. I wonder what kind of improvements they have done.

I used to do 2 OCI on one Fram Synthetic. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat Does anyone here reuse their filter?
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micromen wrote: My $45 oil changes includes a frame filter. What's the point . $20 Castrol oil and $3 filter. I saved maybe $20. But had to waste time going under, getting dirty. And now disposing of used oil. I'd rather just pay the $45
Whats a frame filter? Sounds cool!

Also, do you know what oil you're getting for 45 bucks? Because I know for a fact 95% of these places offering 45 dollar synthetic oil changes are using garbage no name oil that has zero approvals (just "exceeds recommendations" on the bottle)
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This is why I stopped using Fram.



I keep my vehicles for a long time and saving a few $ on a cheap filter is just not worth it.
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Guys I have two oil filter giving out for free because I sold my car, location GTA york region

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I picked up 4 for my 2016 jeep renegade for $3 each. Warranty approved and I change every 7000K good deal!
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Fram filter , anyone with commonsense would know I meant that but a typo occurred. Also since you're reading so closely, I also mentioned Castrol oil, that's all I put in my engine 5w20 conventional as per owners manual. So I don't know what garbage oil you're getting for $45, but I pay for Castrol and an oil change cost me $45 at Great Canadian Oil. Anyways I just don't see the cost savings is all I'm saying, where do these people dispose of their old oil?, what about the time to drive to the disposal site and back plus your labor if you value your time, just to save $20? versus a 20 minute oil change by people who do it all day long. I drive my vehicles all to 400+km or more. Then again if you're talking about synthetic, it might be cheaper by a larger margin. But my vehicle (economy compact car) doesn't call for synthetic so I don't see any cost savings.
cb8888 wrote: Whats a frame filter? Sounds cool!

Also, do you know what oil you're getting for 45 bucks? Because I know for a fact 95% of these places offering 45 dollar synthetic oil changes are using garbage no name oil that has zero approvals (just "exceeds recommendations" on the bottle)
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I only use Fram for my Hyundai. I compared to OEM and couldn't tell the difference. However, i only buy the made in korea ones since i've found the same filter model with different countries of origin.

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