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Old 04-19-2007, 12:24 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by dhdrider
Be careful w/ that statement. There are 2 filters that fit a ton of different bikes. The 6017 anf 6018. (I am sssuming that the ST7317 = 6017) The Fram #s are PH6017 & PH6018 They are nearly identical, but they have different thread pitch. If you get them wrong, you run the risk of jacking up the threads on your motor...
I would expect that anyone looking for aftermarket filters would have the sense to cross reference the filters first but good point. I did say most....not all.
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Old 04-19-2007, 12:46 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by 07Blanco
I am with Kozmic here. The Walmart ST7317 fits most spin on filter bikes, costs about $2.50 per filter and works.
If anyone would like to see the internals of a stock Kawi filter and the ST, let me know and I will show you. THe same company that makes the Mobil One filters makes the Walmart one. Good and cheap.
Here is a link to the internals of a BOsch, Mobil One and Walmart Filter. All of them come with synthetic filter media and anti drainback valves.
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