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Have fun with the other ones and getting them off. Your GW is designed to use the type of seal that only comes on the Honda oil filters.
 

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Wix 51358 is what I have been using for years. I have never heard of a Honda filter being "armored" or easier to get off. I have never had any issues using these filters. jb
 

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Oil Filters

AC Delco
GL1500, GL1800 - PF2135


AMSOil
GL1200 - SMF-101
GL1500, GL1800 - SMF-103

Carquest
GL1500, GL1800 - 85358

Castrol 73117

FRAM
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - CH6009
GL1500, GL1800 - PH6017A
Fram CH6017


K & N
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - KN401
GL1500 - KN303
GL1800 - KN204

NAPA
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - NAPA Gold 4940
GL1500, GL1800 - NAPA Gold 1358

Purolator
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - ML16809
GL1500, GL1800 - ML16817 or ML16819

STP
GL1100, GL1200 - SMO-09
GL1500, GL1800 - SMO-17

Walmart

GL1500 SuperTec 6607

WIX
GL1000, GL1100, GL1200 - 24940
GL1500, GL1800 - 51358
 

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Have fun with the other ones and getting them off. Your GW is designed to use the type of seal that only comes on the Honda oil filters.
Ok, am gonna take a shot here.....Your not serious, correct?:popcorn:
 

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Have fun with the other ones and getting them off. Your GW is designed to use the type of seal that only comes on the Honda oil filters.
:22yikes:

Mebbe it's not the seal that's the problem, maybe it's in how it was installed.

The only Issue I had was when I removed the OEM filter; as I learned about here. That sucker was installed waaaay too tight at the factory. :eek:4:If a filter is properly installed, there should be little effort to remove.
 

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