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For those of you that have Advanced Auto Parts stores near you, I saw this posted for a sale on Purolater PureOne PureOne oil filters (good through 07/27/11):

PureOne filters - up to $10.99, just $5 each. Add 3 to cart and use code BIG5 to get an additional $5 off. You can have free in-store pickup.$15

Also Purolater has a rebate of $3 per filter (for PureOne Gold).

So overall the cost is $15 - $5 - $9 = $1 for 3 very good oil filters.

Here are the links:

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/we...0c0s5892&cm_mmc=aff-_-cj-_-1225267-_-10711125

http://www.purolatorautofilters.net/promotions/Documents/OIL11_PUR_MetalWarsTEARFLY_03.11.pdf

This "deal" was originally posted on Slikdeals:

http://slickdeals.net/

Too bad for me though - there are no Advanced Auto Parts stores in CA or NV.
 

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I went online to look at how much shipping is ($8.66 for 3 filters), but also noticed that the BIG5 code is dead.

Another person wrote in that the code P20 is valid - but only gets you 20% off.

So the deal would be (I would kick it up to 4 filters to max rebate):

4 x $5 = $20 - $4 (20%) - $12 (rebate) = $4 or $1 each.


Still a good deal if you can pickup in the store.
 

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Thanks! The P20 discount works for me. Thanks for taking the time to post this! :bow:

Edit, just picked these up. In case you never used these before, these are the longer filters. I used one, once before and it fits just fine. It was a leftover from a Honda Ridgeline I once had.
 

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Hmm, you might be right.

http://www.purolatorautofilters.net/products/pages/motorcyclefilters.aspx

Down to the bottom of page:

What About PureONE

If you're thinking you want to install a PureONE oil filter on your bike, please think again. PureONE oil filters are designed for vehicles, not bikes. Because of PureONE's high efficiency, the motorcycle oil pump may not be able to handle the pressure. The Purolator motorcycle filter line is designed to meet the specific needs of a bike; therefore we highly recommend the use of a Purolator ML filter over a PureONE oil filter.
 

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Confussing. Even below site says don't use PureOne, but use
Purolator Pure One PL14610? Too many "PureOne vs. Pure One"
for me. My head hurts, but I have used the PL14610 for over 5
years on the Kawasaki.

http://www.calsci.com/motorcycleinfo/FilterXRef.html

Herb
 

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purolater does not recommend the pure one for the wing as it is too restrictive. Do not use!!!!!!!

I have used these for years on the Valk (100,000 miles) mostly with the purolators, PL14610 & PL14612, still runs great. The '07 had nothing but the purolator on it after the first oil change, 55,000 miles on it when I hit a deer. The "10 is only on it's 2nd oil change :shrug:
and I change the crush washer once a year wheather it need it or not :popcorn:
 
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