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post #1 of 12 Old 10-29-2011, 07:11 PM Thread Starter
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Reusable stainless steel oil filters

what do you think of them and do they do the same job as the conventional ones


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i dont know how well they work but ive been wanting one for a while now, one good thing is if they get wet they wont come apart like our stock paper ones in my opinion they are worth it but i want some more opinions on it first ,hell 6.00 from honda every time adds up and pay 30 for that one and it should last for a while if you take care of it..


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reason i was asking there 17.95 with free shiping on ebay
http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-STAINLES...item2c5f72ffe6


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wonder if it is this same filter there 70.00http://scottsonline.com/products.php...e=3&Bike=Honda


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to read the description it says pretty much the same thing all except on the Scott's performance one the magnetic pre-filter but then again it said for spin on models and the 700xx isn't a spin on filter


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To me, it just seem like they would be impossible to get clean.....
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I've got one. No problem with it. I've used them on Z400's and LTR's in the past. To clean use a solvent. Let it soak and then blow it out from the inside with an air gun.
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ive seen a few of them (dont know which brand) start to brake down and come apart...
not the best idea in my mind to add metal to the oiling system
IMO use OEM and change with every oil change...


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waste of money in my opinion... OEM! I also like the Tusk ones from RMATV, and buy a bunch of them from time to time as I change the oil frequently.
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I just bought 5 Neutron safe oil filters on clearance for $2.50 each from Rocky Mountain ATV
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