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Thread: Where to get oil filters?

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    Default Where to get oil filters?

    Anyone know of a parts store in the Downriver area that has a good supply of motorcycle filters? Seems like all the local motorcycle shops always have to order me one and I'd like to just go pick one up.

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    I think NAPA has the one I need in stock. At least according to their site.

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    i always go to oriellys they always have the one for my bike in stock
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    i always order online either amsoil or k&n - i prefer k&n because its got a hex on the end with holes ready to safety wire plus easier to take off on the next oil change..
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    K&P for the last one ever bought for your bike.

    Best thing for me is that all HDs take the same one!
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    i believe all or most sportbikes take the same filter too.. at least a 2000 yamaha r6 and 2007 kawasaki zx6r do..
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    I will be expanding my K&P stock in the next couple weeks to include sportbikes and most metrics. Looks like 2-3 part numbers will cover most common bikes. I could put a group buy together if you guys want. Let me know. It is a damn nice filter, does a great job and will last forever. They are also less $$$ than the V-Twin filter.
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    That's great Don... let us know and I'll pass long my other metric sites.

    Guys these things are great.






    Compared the chrome K&N


    Torque on with the filter socket



    Speaking of comparo... don't forget I did a great deal of research on these oil filters
    http://www.2wheelmichigan.com/forums...ead.php?t=1093
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    if you could weld a hex on the k&p it would be perfect.. i don't need chrome just spray some black primer on it..
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    Thanks guys. I ended up getting one from NAPA today at lunch. I'll check out those K&P next time.

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