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Old 01-18-2005, 05:09 PM
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Wal-Mart to stop selling Motorcraft

Hey Fellas, I saw on this site and another site that Wal-Mart is going to stop selling Motorcraft stuff. So for everyone who gets their filters there(likeme) go soon and stock up. Also, spread the word about other good places to get filters for cheap in the area.
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That stinks that they won't be selling it anymore, I imagine it's cheaper to purchase it there then most auto stores. I don't tend to use Motorcraft, I use Mobil 1 for my oil & oil filter and I have a K&N Air Filter. My spark plugs are from Autolite, just changed those the other day.

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I usually use purolator filters from advanced auto. Wal-mart is one of the few places that sells mobil-1 in 5 quart containers though, which is the only thing I go there for.
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