TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

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TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Stanton » Tue Sep 22, 2020 9:08 am

Anyone else buy the TISCO brand oil filters from TSC? I just ordered 2 online with free-to-store shipping. I'll see if I made a boo-boo or not when they arrive.

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About half the price of my local NAPA and O'Reilly Auto Parts stores.

https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/tisco-oil-filter-376373r91?cm_vc=-10005
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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Gary S. » Tue Sep 22, 2020 12:09 pm

Be interesting to see if there is any branding on the box or the filter itself- there are only so many places actually making them.Keep us in the loop Fram prices have gone crazy and they cant even supply a gasket.....

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby liebervj » Tue Sep 22, 2020 11:14 pm

Just ordered 3.

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Clemsonfor » Wed Sep 23, 2020 8:44 am

I am thinking about ordering some from Rock Auto. There wix filter is less than $8 and I can ship 2 for $4 putting the total cost at less than $10 a filter for 2

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Peter Person » Wed Sep 23, 2020 9:36 am

Clemsonfor wrote:I am thinking about ordering some from Rock Auto. There wix filter is less than $8 and I can ship 2 for $4 putting the total cost at less than $10 a filter for 2


Did that last November.
Price then was $6.24 ea x 2, -5% Coupon, plus $2.99 USPS First Class Mail, plus CT Sales Tax (6.35%), total for 2 delivered to house = $15.79.
Price now is $7.18 ea.
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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Clemsonfor » Wed Sep 23, 2020 9:46 am

Peter Person wrote:
Clemsonfor wrote:I am thinking about ordering some from Rock Auto. There wix filter is less than $8 and I can ship 2 for $4 putting the total cost at less than $10 a filter for 2


Did that last November.
Price then was $6.24 ea x 2, -5% Coupon, plus $2.99 USPS First Class Mail, plus CT Sales Tax (6.35%), total for 2 delivered to house = $15.79.
Price now is $7.18 ea.

And this post made me remember that the temp sensor I ordered this week for my other tractor from there I didn't use the 5% coupon! Dang it!! Well I didn't loose out too much I think it was like a $4 part, but I like to save those pennies when I can!

I also forgot about it when I was messing around on their site today. This is a good education for those of you not familiar with Rock Auto. They don't list tractors...at least I am pretty sure they don't. But they have massive inventories. If you find a part number from anything filter related you can use their part lookup. I took a wix number from the Cub and searched and found it. I have done this for the diesel fuel filters for my other tractor (a Yanmar) and found wix filters on closeout for less than $2 for it. And there $6-8 if you walk into carquest or Napa. And the other thing. There is always a valid 5% off coupon. They send them to your email if you sign up or bought from them. They give ongoing codes out to auto forums for members to use but anyone can use it. You can just Google Rock Auto 5% discount code and all the coupon sites will return one. It can be found in less than 2 minutes.

Dang I am long winded.

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Matt Kirsch » Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:08 am

I have such a pile of Fram filters from when TSC put them on Clearance a couple years back that I won't need to order any more for decades.

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Stanton » Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:41 am

Matt Kirsch wrote:I have such a pile of Fram filters from when TSC put them on Clearance a couple years back that I won't need to order any more for decades.


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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Clemsonfor » Wed Sep 23, 2020 11:56 am

Do the fram canister filters blow apart like the screw on filters that you have been hearing about over the years?

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Stanton » Mon Sep 28, 2020 4:19 pm

Filters arrived. Made by Baldwin Filters and has MADE IN USA on bottom of filter. Outside canister is heavy paper; used to Wix with metal clad side.

Appears up for the job. Will give Nellie an oil change and use one.

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Never heard of Baldwin Filters. History states they started in Wisconsin in 1936 and were bought out by an international group called CLARCOR.
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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:00 pm

Stanton wrote:Filters arrived. Made by Baldwin Filters and has MADE IN USA on bottom of filter. Outside canister is heavy paper; used to Wix with metal clad side.

Appears up for the job. Will give Nellie an oil change and use one.

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Never heard of Baldwin Filters. History states they started in Wisconsin in 1936 and were bought out by an international group called CLARCOR.

Baldwin is too quality filters. As you see made in USA. They are big in the big truck and heavy equipment industry. That paper cladding is just like the original Case IH filter I just installed. My cousin passed it on to me that he picked up at the dealer. Not sure if that was 5, 10 or 15 years ago he got it though?

I thought you said Tisco brand filters? How can they call them Tisco if they don't at least rebox them. I know there only so many filter manufactures but usually the company makes them and puts them in their own box. Like carquest and napa filters are mad by wix. There not in a wix box but they are still made by them

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby tst » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:05 pm

napa part 1153

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Stanton » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:45 pm

Clemsonfor wrote:...I thought you said Tisco brand filters?...


I did. That’s the name they’re listed under on the TSC site. What you see in the photo is what came in the mail. No doubt TISCO doesn’t manufacture these but acts as a distributor. TISCO doesn’t literally make all the parts they sell, if any.

Just passing along what I thought was a good deal. Do with it as you want...
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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby Clemsonfor » Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:05 pm

Stanton wrote:
Clemsonfor wrote:...I thought you said Tisco brand filters?...


I did. That’s the name they’re listed under on the TSC site. What you see in the photo is what came in the mail. No doubt TISCO doesn’t manufacture these but acts as a distributor. TISCO doesn’t literally make all the parts they sell, if any.

Just passing along what I thought was a good deal. Do with it as you want...

Oh I get what your saying...just seems weird Tisco is even Involved and that TSC just doesn't sell Baldwin filters? Just weird. They at least put their sticker on it. :lol:

Edit: I also didn't see the Tisco sticker at first.

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Re: TSC Oil Filter for C60 Engine

Postby tst » Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:12 pm

Baldwin was always a quality filter company and HUGE, used for many years, they make a lot of heavy equipment stuff, I know they were sold, hope the quality is still there


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