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Old 09-07-2005, 07:32 PM   #1
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Oil filter How to remove

Pipe wrench.
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Old 09-07-2005, 07:32 PM   #2
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Take a scrwdriver and jam it thru the filter. Turn as much as needed to remove.
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Old 09-07-2005, 07:41 PM   #3
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I took the bottom front fairing off on my '05 600RR and took it off with a regular oil filter wrench. The K&N that I put on has a nut on it so you can take it off. Factory should have thought of that!
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Old 09-07-2005, 08:30 PM   #5
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I took the bottom front fairing off on my '05 600RR and took it off with a regular oil filter wrench. The K&N that I put on has a nut on it so you can take it off. Factory should have thought of that!
Get a Triumph same oil since new...15,000 miles :D Shit is good for 20k or more
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Papo, I have one that I got at Gables Honda for like $15. A bit pricey but it does the job every time. It's nothing more than a handle with a ring at one end, knurled on the inside so it grabs onto the filter with ease.
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I took the bottom front fairing off on my '05 600RR and took it off with a regular oil filter wrench. The K&N that I put on has a nut on it so you can take it off. Factory should have thought of that!
Get a Triumph same oil since new...15,000 miles :D Shit is good for 20k or more
Yeah, those bikes aren't good for any more than 20,00 miles, but then either are the English cars!!!
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I took the bottom front fairing off on my '05 600RR and took it off with a regular oil filter wrench. The K&N that I put on has a nut on it so you can take it off. Factory should have thought of that!
Where did you get this oil filter wrench?
From the Snap-On tool guy at work, but they sll them at most auto parts stores I think
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Old 09-08-2005, 12:22 AM   #10
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I've got a filter socket that fits mine... put it on a 6 inch extention with a 3/8" ratchet and it works perfect, everytime! I also don't crank the filters down when I put the new one on... I coat the o-ring with new oil and actually torque it to 20 lb. ft (yea, I'm a perfectionist like that....). I haven't found anything easier than a filter socket!
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