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Does Walmart have a filter for the 1800? Is there a car filter that fits it, or is there a specific filter for the 1800 that's available at Walmart ?
 

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The one in ABQ had them in stock I dont rember what the stock # is but I looked it up in the Fram book that was next to the oil filters
 

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SUPERTECH 6607 & 7317. THE 7317 IS A BIT LONGER BUT WORKS FINE
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for an oil filter i been using mostly the walmart supertech 6607 , $2.10 each, have also used a few Honda filters from HDL
 

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The Walmart oil filter for the GL 1800 is a FRAM # PH6017A, about $7.00
 

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Here is a little more than you asked:
Filters for the GL1800, other than OEM
AC Delco PF2135
Carquest 85358
FRAM PH6017A
Mobil 110
NAPA Gold 1358
Purolator Motorcycle ML16817
STP SMO-17
Walmart ST6607
WIX 51358
 

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WinginHunk said:
Here is a little more than you asked:
Filters for the GL1800, other than OEM
AC Delco PF2135
Carquest 85358
FRAM PH6017A
Mobil 110
NAPA Gold 1358
Purolator Motorcycle ML16817
STP SMO-17
Walmart ST6607
WIX 51358
Hey Hunk...Good stuff. Thanks.
Sent that list right to the printer.
But, hey, you forgot to put the color of each one. :wink: :roll:
Gotta match those colors. Can't have the (GWCCC) Gold Wing Color Coordination Cops on us you know. :lol: :lol:
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Dream Catcher said:
[But, hey, you forgot to put the color of each one. :wink: :roll:
Gotta match those colors. Can't have the (GWCCC) Gold Wing Color Coordination Cops on us you know. :lol: :lol:
DC
You can always paint the filter to match your bike. Back in the mid 70's I was riding a Moto Guzzi which had the oil filter inside the oil pan (what a pain to change a filter). I modified it to route the oil to an external oil filter mounted on the outside below the passenger seat. It was easy to change, but the new filter only came in orange. To make it match the custom color of the Guzzi I painted each new filter prior to using it. Of course because of the time it took to paint the filter, it took as long to change it as the original OEM, but it seem like a good ideal at the time.
 

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WinginHunk said:
Dream Catcher said:
[But, hey, you forgot to put the color of each one. :wink: :roll:
Gotta match those colors. Can't have the (GWCCC) Gold Wing Color Coordination Cops on us you know. :lol: :lol:
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You can always paint the filter to match your bike. Back in the mid 70's I was riding a Moto Guzzi which had the oil filter inside the oil pan (what a pain to change a filter). I modified it to route the oil to an external oil filter mounted on the outside below the passenger seat. It was easy to change, but the new filter only came in orange. To make it match the custom color of the Guzzi I painted each new filter prior to using it. Of course because of the time it took to paint the filter, it took as long to change it as the original OEM, but it seem like a good ideal at the time.
Now THAT'S dedication for you!
Soooo...What color do you paint the CRUSH WASHERS now days? :lol: :lol:
I should mention, I was pretty sure you were a color conscious guy
when I saw you got a Goldwing color to match your beard!
:a13:
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I always buy my filters from Hal since he sponsors this board! Around 7 bucks
 
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