A couple weeks ago I posted here about loosing oil pressure in my Dodge P/U 318. It turns out the Fram filter had come apart and a piece of the filter material had lodged in the lifter oil galley. Took me 4 days to get the SOB out of there. Well, I'v got another Fram disaster on my hands. This tim it's a spin on fuel filter on my diesel truck. I had some buildup on the inside of my tank, so I ran a couple bottles of diesel clean thru it to clean it out. After about 100 miles, the filter started clogging so I went to the parts store for another. They were out of my usual [WIX] brand, but they did have the fram. It was cheap, so I bought it thinking it would clog within 100 miles also... Spun it on and drove on down the road. After ~200 miles, it was still going strong, but I was getting a little concerned, so I replaced it a few minutes ago................OMG! I'm gonna open this thing up and share some pics with y'all. Looking down into it, I can see the metal tube in the center is crushed, and when I shake it, it rattles like a marbel in a mason jar. I'v got a suspicion that it completely colapsed internally and I'v been sucking dirty un-filtered fuel into the engine. Think about that. The stock fuel pump drew enough vacuum to implode the filter internally. That's 2 fram filter failures I'v personally expirenced in a 2 week timespan. Anybody else have any first hand expirences like mine?