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GF-432 Fuel filter

On the 69 and 70 cars, at least the 427 and 454. Pontiac used the GF-432 filter. I have the following questions.

Has anyone purchased and used the aftermarket version that is now available?

Where have you purchased from?

Are they of decent quality?

I suspect only one manufacturer but prices are all over the map from $45 to $110 USD.

Any feedback would be appreciated.



Eric - Regina, SK

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For a while GM was selling them, but they had a slightly different look to them. I think I got the last ones likely 10 years ago.

I bought some of the reproduction ones, but they were being sold as factory seconds. While the reviews of these factory seconds were so-so, I'm not sure if the ones I got are usable as the inlet and outlets aren't square to the filter body.

If I was to buy again, I'd likely get from Classic Industries in California.

-- Edited by seventy2plus2 on Thursday 19th of April 2018 02:06:19 PM

-- Edited by seventy2plus2 on Thursday 19th of April 2018 02:08:00 PM

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