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7 hours ago, IBMobile said:

Luck would have it that Mike was going to Lewiston shopping with Wet Vette and could pick it up for me.   

Now you see why I do most of my shopping in Lewiston, ID or Ontario, OR. We prefer Lewiston better. Less crowds and easier to get around. McCall is a tourist trap town which has its own sale tax rate too. Typically like me my sales tax is 6% go to McCall every is 7%. Then if you want to see big jump go to Stanley, ID it 9% sales tax. Ontario, OR is ZERO sale tax, and Washington is 6.5% sale tax rate. I could drive for 6 hours round trip and still save more money in Lewiston/Clarkson than staying home and shopping local. Last trip took mere 5 gallons of fuel to get home. Fuel is even cheaper its right at 3.009 here locally for diesel head to the Indian reservation outside of Lewiston it was a mere 2.509 a gallon. WinCo is on the Idaho side where Costco and Walmart are on the Clarkston side.

 

The other bonus typically the weather in Lewiston is warmer being its 750 feet above sea level. Gives us a day of being in the warmer weather typically. Now that Texas is froze up everything in Lewiston is a icy mess too.

 

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On 2/19/2021 at 8:10 PM, LorenS said:

Yes. Makes a guy wonder how they sleep at night, charging a person $106 for a $40 filter.  That's something you do to someone who deserves it, not the general public.

 

O'reilly isn't much better, about $102 for the wix there, only $59 on Amazon.  

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I have run the NAPA in the past and the first one I bought they quoted me that high price and I rebelled on that a bit and they sold it to me for the "truckers price" which was about half of retail. Had to have that discussion the next and tired of having and went elsewhere. The Donaldson I have now I bought from Riff Raff diesel for about $40 delivered. After reading allof this and seeing a part # not mentioned I went to Donaldson's website. They dont recognize the part # B080171. Hmmmm?

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