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Fuel filters
« on: 07 July 2018, 13:20:36 »

Does anyone have any thoughts on petrol fuel filters - i.e., Mann, Crosland, Comline, Meyle, Bosch, etc. Is there much difference between them in quality and do they all come with new clips?  Thanks.
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Re: Fuel filters
« Reply #1 on: 07 July 2018, 13:40:31 »

I've personally only used GM, as they were cheap enough not to bother looking elsewhere...   ...but then I've had Tradeclub for years.


Clips generally aren't included, and can normally be reused. However, used ones are quite brittle, so I personally always ensure I have a full set in the garage, even though I rarely break them.
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Re: Fuel filters
« Reply #2 on: 07 July 2018, 19:16:06 »

You'll never notice a difference between them, buy on the usual cost/convenience basis.
The clips are on the fuel lines, so be careful how you disconnect them
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Re: Fuel filters
« Reply #3 on: 07 July 2018, 23:06:42 »

You'll never notice a difference between them, buy on the usual cost/convenience basis.
The clips are on the fuel lines, so be careful how you disconnect them

Great, thanks.
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