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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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1968 200-6 oil filter

Im away from home and need to pick up an oil filter while I'm out- 20 miles from home. The stock number will be appreciated if anyone is on line and can reply quickly.

I know it has a Motorcraft filter now but I'm not sure where to get one around here. My choices are Walmart, Autozone, Kelly's or NAPA.

Thanks!
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Im away from home and need to pick up an oil filter while I'm out- 20 miles from home. The stock number will be appreciated if anyone is on line and can reply quickly.

I know it has a Motorcraft filter now but I'm not sure where to get one around here. My choices are Walmart, Autozone, Kelly's or NAPA.

Thanks!
motorcraft FL1 - A will do fine. my local wally world stocks them.
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I get my run of the mill auto stuff at Oreillys 2 miles from me. They have those hard to find Motorcraft FL1-A filters...$3.99.


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All I remember seeing at Walmart was Fram but I checked. Tons of Fram, a few Purolator, and then a saw a handful of Motorcraft and among them was a FL-1A.

So, I'm all set and didn't have to drive home to do research. Thanks, guys!
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