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Old January 28th, 2006, 06:36 PM   #1
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Long, long, ago in a galaxy far, far away...

Dodge had different oil filters for the different Magnum engines. Now they've all been conslidated into one (yes, even the V10) that I just don't trust when I look at it. Go to the store and buy yourself a Mobil 1 MI-301 and slap dat beeotch on there.
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my oil filter took 1 and about 1/4 of oil last time i did an oil change.. then i used the other 11 and 3/4 to fill the oil pan... Mobil 1 10-40 syn isn't cheap eaither... o well next oil change is 10.000miles away im sure i can save enough cans for Amsoil...
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Okay, so if you want a larger oil FILTER, you can pick up a MI-301.




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I doubt it will hold a quart and a 1/4.. But hey i will try it. What is there to lose?Not like it takes more oil eh!
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I doubt it will hold a quart and a 1/4.. But hey i will try it.

I don't believe I said it would hold a quart and a 1/4. You pulled a Jedi Mind Trick on yourself.
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I don't believe I said it would hold a quart and a 1/4. You pulled a Jedi Mind Trick on yourself.
Sorry Its all comeing back to me now!! Im gunna go get in my starship and get some McDonalds now.. Bye
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