1990-1991 HONDA - MOTORCYCLE CBR1000F HURRICANE OIL FILTER (BIKEMASTER OIL FILTER)

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Product #: 36991G Brand: BikeMaster
Customer Rating: 2.3 of 5 stars

BM OIL FILTER HON/KAW/YAM 1610

SKU #: JCW-896225 Mfr #: 171610
$11.16

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  • Fits all 1987-1988 1990-1991 Honda - Motorcycle CBR1000F Hurricane

Oil Filter, Chrome

SKU #: JCW-BKMAJOM15C Mfr #: 171629
$14.89

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Ships: 2-3 business days

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  • Fits all 1987-1988 1990-1991 Honda - Motorcycle CBR1000F Hurricane
Overall Rating
2.3 out of 5
2.3 out of 5
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Rating breakdown 3 reviews
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1 of 3(33%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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2 out of 5
2 out of 5
Not the full filter
August 30, 2013
Anonymous
Location: Colorado
"Assumed it was the full set according to the photo. Just the filter and seals, not the canister so it did me no good. Found out the filter i need for my bike can be bought at a regular auto parts store."
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4 out of 5
4 out of 5
great service
August 18, 2013
unclebummy
Location: Ionia, Mi
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Once a Year
"Would recommend them to anyone. Got product in three days"
Pros: fast and accurate
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1 out of 5
1 out of 5
Don't Buy if you use a Oil Filter Socket!
February 18, 2013
CrozB
"Terrible! Installed on the bike and the oil filter is just a tad smaller then all others I have tried so it slipped and stripped in my oil filter socket. So it did not have a good seat. I could not remove it either. I had to go buy a universal strap to remove the filter from the bike. WHAT A PAIN and TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY!!!! Replaced with an aftermarket “Tusk First Line Oil Filter” and my socket worked fine just like it does with OEM plugs.
Don’t get this filter if you use a socket to install/remove or you will get stuck."
Pros: Low Price
Cons: Installing with a socket will get you stuck!
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