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Ebay has them, online stores have them, all are either a lot of money or the shipping is crazy.



This Honda 16900-371-004 FILTER, FUEL is also used on these models and components: why don't the parts stores getting in on this ?


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You may be able to tell that I'm not much into stock. I got mine at NAPA.
 

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Cyclemax of ohio has them and the dealers ofcorse. and both are a little pricey but alot of the parts store filters come apart internaly after a while then you have a diffrent problem called pull the carbs and clean.
Its worth the price to me to get oem once every couple years.
 

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CycleMax Ohio had a deal a while back which included: 4 spark plugs, oil, air, and fuel filter for 25 bucks. didn't sound too expensive, i bought 2.
 

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I got an OEM filter at the local Dealer and is set me back about $14.00, sure it cost me twice what the other option was. The Dealer even wanted to sell me the cheap one. The OEM filter goes back in place and bolts down like it is supposed to. No Ozark engineering on a critical item for my wing. (read that to mean no bailing wire, chewing gum, or half assed fixes)
 

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I just paid nearly 60 bucks for 3 filters. Air, oil and fuel. That was OEM from the cheap dealer. However...

The oil filter is changed at 3K intervals. The other two at 20K. Lately that's around two years of riding. For most of you 20K miles would be 5 years if you're lucky, so why scrimp? It may be the only time you actually replace them.
 

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The fuel filter? I just get a see thru inline filter from the auto parts store. Cheap, and it does the job.
 

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Autoparts stores (like Napa) for around $2.00 to $5.00.
 

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Try a NAPA 3011 fuel filter. It's a see-thru filter that fits the OEM clamp quite nicely.

EMGO filters had (have?) issues with coming apart internally after only a few weeks. I'm not sure if they have resolved that issue or not.
 

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I have napa in now but they are too tight, I am afraid they might split out. I have some I got from Cresent moon cycles finally. they are just right, but I am not sure if you will ever be able to get them from them again.
 

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i'm with the croud thst uses an oversized 'for goldwings" auto filter. they are clear and made by fram not shure of the # off the top of the head.
i can only find them at agro stores for somee reason. they are about 2" dia and are clear. i mount them on a 2 inch line running to the fuel pump. they are not mounted in stock location over the hot engine, you can also look down and see easily how much fuel is in the filter and any crap that may be in there. it does not look stock but if you did not know goldwings it look's like thats where the factory may have put it
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Bike...and Dennis wrote:
I just paid nearly 60 bucks for 3 filters. Air, oil and fuel. That was OEM from the cheap dealer. However...

The oil filter is changed at 3K intervals. The other two at 20K. Lately that's around two years of riding. For most of you 20K miles would be 5 years if you're lucky, so why scrimp? It may be the only time you actually replace them.
As much as you post in the tech section I am suprised to see that you actually ride 20,000 miles a year on your wing:shock:

Of, course in AZ you probably get to ride year round.
 

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SETHAN12 wrote:
Bike...and Dennis wrote:
I just paid nearly 60 bucks for 3 filters. Air, oil and fuel. That was OEM from the cheap dealer. However...

The oil filter is changed at 3K intervals. The other two at 20K. Lately that's around two years of riding. For most of you 20K miles would be 5 years if you're lucky, so why scrimp? It may be the only time you actually replace them.
As much as you post in the tech section I am suprised to see that you actually ride 20,000 miles a year on your wing:shock:

Of, course in AZ you probably get to ride year round.
I have never put20K on the bike in one year. And with the on-going carb problems, my riding time is very diminished lately. However, I did manage to put 23K on the last filtersince installing it in April of 2009.

My point was, as seldom as you change the filter, why not splurge and get the good one.

 
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