Re: [DML] Purflux Vs. Bosch
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Re: [DML] Purflux Vs. Bosch



John Hervey wrote:
> I now have Purflux in stock. 
> Trying to take care of the DeLorean customer. 
> John Hervey
> www.deloreanautoparts.com
> Now, the last independent parts vendor. 
>             
>
>   
Isn't PJ Grady an independent also?

Also I figure I'll speak my peace.  About 20 years ago I was told to use 
only the Purflux oil filters.  It was determined at that time, premature 
camshaft failure was occurring due to Fram filters being used.  It was 
pointed out that the Engine Block has the anti drainback valve and a 
pressure relief valve.  The Fram filter had both and the Purflux had 
non.  This equated to better oil flow to the camshafts.  I've always 
used the Purflux since then.

Paul


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