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    • Continental® ContiTech™ Conti-V Multirib™ Serpentine Belt
      (5 reviews)
      # 5987
      ContiTech™ Conti-V Multirib™ Serpentine Belt by Continental®. Designed to transmit torque and drive engine accessories, this serpentine belt provides quieter and cooler performance, greater durability, and maximum service life...
      $6.62 - $103.71
    • MANN-Filter® Spin-On Oil Filter
      (2 reviews)
      # 4638
      Spin-On Oil Filter by MANN-Filter®. 1 Piece. This oil filter is designed to provide the engine with clean oil needed for smooth and long-lasting operation. The product stands up to even the most demanding conditions while providing...
      $4.30 - $19.86
    • FRAM® Extra Guard™ Full-Flow Cartridge Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 4447
      Extra Guard™ Full-Flow Cartridge Oil Filter by FRAM®. Thanks to the unique media, this full-flow replacement cartridge provides 3 times better engine protection and 95% filtration efficiency. It uses cellulose and synthetic...
      $5.96 - $38.91
    • Bosch® Premium Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 1739
      Premium Oil Filter by Bosch®. For premium engine performance, you need a premium oil filter. This filter from Bosch is highly efficient in filtering the oil by trapping both large and microscopic particles from entering the engine....
      $8.78 - $25.85
    • FRAM® Tough Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 4451
      Tough Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. This filter is designed to ensure maximum protection to your engine under any driving conditions. FRAM Tough Guard oil filter uses only high-quality media blend and provides 6...
      $7.72 - $9.59
    • MANN-Filter® Oil Filter Element
      (0 reviews)
      # 4639
      Oil Filter Element by MANN-Filter®. This filter insert will restore MANN oil filter operation without breaking the bank. With outstanding dirt holding capacity and high material resistance, this filter insert can cope with...
      $5.18 - $30.61
    • FRAM® Ultra/Xtended Guard Spin-On Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 4452
      Ultra/Xtended Guard Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. Engineered for maximum engine protection without affecting oil flow this full-flow filter utilizes dual-layer synthetic media that provides 99%+ filtration efficiency, and...
      $10.25 - $11.48
    • Hastings® Spin-On Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 4766
      Spin-On Oil Filter by Hastings®. 1 Piece. This filter traps contaminants from the oil minimizing the possibility of costly engine repairs. To prevent any leaks, it comes with a nitrile gasket that withstands extreme temperatures...
      $7.44 - $22.38
    • Hastings® Oil Filter Element
      (0 reviews)
      # 4761
      Oil Filter Element by Hastings®. This filter element traps contaminants from the oil minimizing the possibility of costly engine repairs. To ensure it meets OE specifications, the manufacturer tested it according to SAE HS806 test...
      $7.63 - $38.35
    • Bosch® DistancePlus™ Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 5734
      DistancePlus™ Oil Filter by Bosch®. Bosch DistancePlus Oil Filters are high efficiency/high capacity oil filters designed to keep oil clean longer and protect the vehicle's engine. Comparing to conventional filters, DistancePlus...
      $15.72 - $46.79
    • Motorcraft® Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 5535
      Oil Filter by Motorcraft®. At your next oil change, replace your dirty oil filter with this premium product. Engineered specifically for your Ford, Mercury, or Lincoln, the Motorcraft oil filter thoroughly cleanses engine oil to...
      $6.10 - $64.96
    • Lucas Oil® SAE 20W-50 Synthetic Racing Oil, 1.25 gal
      (0 reviews)
      # 114429569
      Universal Synthetic Racing Oil SAE 20W-50 (10616) by Lucas Oil®, 1.25 gal. Lucas Petroleum Racing Oils are formulated with the highest quality paraffinic base stocks and an exclusive high performance additive system, including...
      SAE grades meet or exceed current API specificationsExcellent cold temperature properties
      $61.00
    • Lucas Oil® SAE 20W-50 Synthetic Racing Oil, 32 oz
      (0 reviews)
      # 114429568
      Universal Synthetic Racing Oil SAE 20W-50 (10615) by Lucas Oil®, 32 oz. Lucas Petroleum Racing Oils are formulated with the highest quality paraffinic base stocks and an exclusive high performance additive system, including...
      SAE grades meet or exceed current API specificationsExcellent cold temperature properties
      $11.59
    • Lucas Oil® SAE 0W-40 Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil, 32 oz
      (0 reviews)
      # 114429565
      Universal Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil SAE 0W-40 (10211) by Lucas Oil®, 32 oz. Lucas Motor Oils are formulated with the highest quality paraffinic base stocks and an exclusive high performance additive system, including...
      SAE grades meet or exceed current API specificationsExcellent cold temperature properties
      $10.00
    • Lucas Oil® SAE 5W-40 Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil, 32 oz
      (0 reviews)
      # 114429564
      Universal Synthetic High Performance Motor Oil SAE 5W-40 (10189) by Lucas Oil®, 32 oz. Lucas Motor Oils are formulated with the highest quality paraffinic base stocks and an exclusive high performance additive system, including...
      SAE grades meet or exceed current API specificationsExcellent cold temperature properties
      $9.00



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