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Purolator PureOne Sale

If anyone is in the market for filters, Advance Auto Parts has there inventory of PureOne's on sale for 5 bucks a pop. If you add five to your cart and apply a discount, you get an additional $10 bucks off--basically 5 filters for $3 bucks a pop (or in my case, free shipping plus one dollar credit). I didn't use a vehicle search, but rather searched under part number PL14612 (if you want the longer filter it's # is PL14610).

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Advance Auto Parts has Purolator PureOne Oil Filter for $5. Buy quantity of 5 and enter code BIG10 for $10 off and get 5 for $15. Select in-store pick up. [Store Locator] Thanks cak165
Click Here
Enter year, make, model, engine of your car, click "continue"
On Filter page, look to the left and select "Purolator PureONE"
Add quantity of 5 to cart
In cart, enter code BIG10 and click "apply"
Total should be $15
Select in-store pick up
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thanks for the notice, great deal
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Thanks nice deal I'm set for filters for a while....
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Order 5 filters any combination and submit coupon code BIG10 at checkout and bag 'em for $15! I just stocked up for my pickup and the wife's minivan.

Too bad they don't make 'em for the V.

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Too bad they don't make 'em for the V.
This is the part number for the filter to the V

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If anyone is in the market for filters, Advance Auto Parts has there inventory of PureOne's on sale for 5 bucks a pop. If you add five to your cart and apply a discount, you get an additional $10 bucks off--basically 5 filters for $3 bucks a pop (or in my case, free shipping plus one dollar credit). I didn't use a vehicle search, but rather searched under part number PL14612 (if you want the longer filter it's # is PL14610).
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Great deal.

Thanks much.
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Sorry hikewithmike, I guess senility is kicking in early for me today. Incidentally, I googled the PL14612 and came up with this thread that apparently suggests not to use the PureOne filter on a bike because of oil pressure issues:

http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...ad.php?t=10050

It's interesting reading nontheless...

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Sorry hikewithmike, I guess senility is kicking in early for me today. Incidentally, I googled the PL14612 and came up with this thread that apparently suggests not to use the PureOne filter on a bike because of oil pressure issues:

http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...ad.php?t=10050

It's interesting reading nontheless...
I forgot that had been mentioned, I guess it's at owner's opinion then. I started using them my last oil change and they have sufficed quite well without any pressure warnings or goofs.
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I have always liked Purolator filters, and found them to be of good quality.
I do avoid fram filters, they are not well made.

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Those "cheap" Wal Mart filters can be had for less, on an individual basis.

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Yep, I usually use the Wal-Mart filters. But, for $3 each, I'll step up to the Pure. I'm cheap, but that's cheap enough.
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My local stores are out of stock! Argh!

I have 28,000 miles on my Versys and have used PL14610 exclusively. I do things like ride my Versys 2400 miles in 2 days, so if there was an oil problem I would know by now (nothing like constant running without stopping to cause oil break down). I can imagine that some older bikes might have weak pumps, but not the Versys.

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