Could not hurt.....BrianB said:
Doesn't it have iron cylinder liners, an iron crankshaft, iron piston rings, oil pump gears, and iron camshafts, rocker arms and valves? All of that stuff is subject to some wear and a magnet surely could not hurt anything.egads said:Of course the engine is made out of aluminum.
happywith3 said:I guess it helps-but every time I had to change the oil I would find nails, screws, a fork or spoon attached to my oil pan.
Wow, that must have been one hell of a magnet!!!! :heh:happywith3 said:It also slowed me down going over bridges for some reason. :um: :dunno:
I do not recommend the ForceField, that screws on between the filter and the engine -- it does not make a good seal and will work loose; it you tighten it then it can scour the face of the oil filter bracket.I found this magnet for oil filters. Oil Filter Magnet by GWR saves fuel, increases enging life, reduces wear, reduces oil change intervals. Patented magnet fit inside oil filter and saves fuel.
In "theory" it looks to do a better job than the filter mag, or Forcefield. I have not tried any of these, I'm trying to find which would be the best. Your opinions and comments would be helpful. Let me know what you think ???