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Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter

Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter


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Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter

Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter
  • Optimum protection for the engine
  • Consistently high separation efficiency
  • High dirt holding capacity of filter elements through high filter surface area
  • Pleat structuring allows the complete filter surface area to be effective for the wholeof the operating time
  • Fast replacement with wrench removal tools
Mann-Filter elements are metal-free. They are made of one material and do not create ash when disposed of in a thermal process.

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  1. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s the Genuine Part – Fits Large Selection of Mercedes Cars, November 8, 2012
    By 
    Steve H “books911” (U.S.) –
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    This review is from: Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter (Automotive)
    There is no doubt that I like to take care of my vehicle. Therefore, with a car that calls for oil changes only every 10,000-13,000 miles, I want to be sure to use the approved oil filter that can survive that long.

    First, let me put this early in the review. I had had the Mercedes Branded and Box part side by side with this one. They are identical besides the labeling (and part of the labeling is the same as the Mercedes branded one still has the Mann logo and part number too). They are identical because Mann makes this filter, their own brand, and the filter for Mercedes. They are truly one in the same.

    These Mann HU 718/5 have a beautiful, strong construction, and indeed they are actually the OEM part. The OEM Mercedes-Genuine part has the Mann HU 718/5 part number right next to the Mercedes part number. The only thing missing on this filter is the Mercedes-Benz star logo, Mercedes part number, and the Mercedes-Benz box. Indeed, the filter is made in Germany as well for anyone wondering. Several of the other aftermarket brands actually use the OEM filter rebranded too, as of this writing, K&N oil, and Purolator oil. However, those products tend to be much more costly since those companies must buy the filters from Mann and resell them.

    The Mann branded filter is the best value and easiest to procure since it is right here on Amazon! How could it be any easier? I will only say that the OEM dealer Mercedes labeled filter is not too much more money than this one. Therefore, if you ever happen to be at the dealer or know of a dealer that has good parts pricing, you shouldn’t necessary run from the genuine filter. It’s the same as this and depending on the dealer, might just be a couple dollars more, if you’re in a pinch and can’t wait.

    Overall, extremely recommended filter. You can’t argue with the original product! This OEM filter is designed to hold up for the extremely long oil change intervals recommended by Mercedes. Just be sure to use this filter along with an approved oil such as Mobil 1 0w40.

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  2. 16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tested, Mann It Is!!, March 26, 2011
    By 
    damian

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    This review is from: Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter (Automotive)
    On my Benz, its typical high-performance engine requires a high-pressure and freer-flowing lubrication system to meet the vehicle’s engine-depended systems, such as A/C, electrical functions, suspension, etc.
    One time, I used a paper-based filter made by a popular brand filter co. in orange packaging box (and respective change of the full synthetic engine oil). Shortly after 4K miles, the metal oil filter cap that houses the filter began leaking oil out through the screw-grooves. I thought it was caused by the loose cap; I then tightened it. It was still leaking oil out. Occasionally, I cleaned the oil up until after 7500 miles were driven when I thought I needed a new oil cap and time for the oil and filter change.
    Then, I suddenly thought that my oem engine oil filter was not a paper-based medium but a “cloth-like” fleece material. After research, fleece is a longer lasting, faster and freer flowing filter medium. What occurred in my Benz’s engine was that the paper filter was clogging up, and sufficient oil was not reaching engine internals. The filter restricted the output of oil, and caused excessive pressure on the unfiltered end–that’s why oil was leaking out through the oil cap grooves. Usually, I average approximately 10K miles between full synthetic oil and oem filter changes.
    I recall that I averaged 7500 miles in between full synthetic oil and paper filter (again, manufacturer with the orange box) in my 89 Toyota. What unfortunately happened which I discovered the cause was that the paper-based oil filter starved that engine of sufficient oil over time, that the engine developed over-heating problems despite my use of full synthetic oils, coolant and water pump changes.
    Mann engine oil filter IS the manufacturer Mercedes uses for their vehicles before its packaged and stamped with M.B. When I replaced the paper filter with the fleece type, I experienced no more leakage, and the engine appears to operate more smoothly and faster. After a few 1K miles so far, my engine still maintains its high-performance.
    For its $14 price, Mann fleece filter is every bit worth the extra $ over the $5-6 orange-boxed paper filter. If you think of it, when people talk about engines and what they put into them, they always mention the oil brand or type but rarely the filter. Right?

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  3. 11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Same filter as what the $tealer sells for your first born child, January 24, 2011
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    Amazon Customer (E.S.O. mayn!) –

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    This review is from: Mann-Filter HU 718/5 X Metal-Free Oil Filter (Automotive)
    I don’t like to support $tealerships so I always look for safe alternatives when it comes to parts suppliers whenever possible.

    These Mann filters are identical to the Mercedes filters. No surprise there as Mann produces these for many European car manufacturers.

    This filter kit included all the necessary o-rings for my Benzo. OEM and Made in Germany. It’s a wrap.

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