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Old 02-22-2009, 03:35 PM   #21
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what up roy???? get a oil filter wrench and diy..... come on man...


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oil filter wrench ??? do they have these at auto zone ??
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i got one, but yes they do


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Roy if you need a copy of the factory service manual let me know. It'll help you in times like this.

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Yeah they do. There are different sizes and you can take your new filter to find the size. They also have filter staps...which does the same job. Some like one over the other...I like the one that is easier to work with in the space alloted.
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Yeah they do. There are different sizes and you can take your new filter to find the size. They also have filter staps...which does the same job. Some like one over the other...I like the one that is easier to work with in the space alloted.
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Send me your email addy and I'll send it your way. I hope you have a decent connection speed to download it!
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yeah i do jrxgrubzx@yahoo.com
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Roy my email was bounced back twice so far. Maybe 11.9MB is too much for yahoo mail?
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Roy I learned how to do a screenshot just for this...lol.

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Get a Scott's Reusable Oil Filter. (it also comes with a 3/8 socket tool to remove the filter )


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not my cup of tea....
Works perfect. Second bike I have put one on. Take off the filter, turn the inner part past the lock. Pull the inner part and the spring out and clean with karosene and dry. Much better flow than a paper filter too.
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Works perfect. Second bike I have put one on. Take off the filter, turn the inner part past the lock. Pull the inner part and the spring out and clean with karosene and dry. Much better flow than a paper filter too.
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i will.. and i will weld the new one on .. so it dont leak...
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