OIL FILTER REMOVAL TOOL : OIL FILTER

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Oil Filter Removal Tool


oil filter removal tool
    removal tool
  • (1) A device used to remove removable contacts from a con­nector. (2) A device used to remove taper pins from taper pin receptacles.
    oil filter
  • a filter that removes impurities from the oil used to lubricate an internal-combustion engine
  • An oil filter is a filter to remove contaminants from engine oil, transmission oil, lubricating oil, or hydraulic oil. Oil filters are used in many different types of hydraulic machinery.
  • A cartridge-filled canister placed in an engines lubricating system to strain dirt and abrasive materials out of the oil.
oil filter removal tool - Honda Type
Honda Type Engine Nut Removal Tool Clutch Hub Oil Rotor Spanner Socket for CBR600RR and older Honda XL XR SL CL CB CT GL Motorcycle Dirtbikes
Honda Type Engine Nut Removal Tool Clutch Hub Oil Rotor Spanner Socket for CBR600RR and older Honda XL XR SL CL CB CT GL Motorcycle Dirtbikes
Please see all photos and dimensions of tool and compare to your application if you are unsure of fitment. Save money vs paying $40 or more for an OEM tool. Replaces large end of Honda tool 07716-0020100. Spanner for oil filter nut/clutch hub removal on Honda CB CL CT SL older GL and XL model 4-stroke singles and twins 90cc-500cc. Also removes special engine mount nut on Honda CBR600RR 03 04 05 06 and possibly more models. What is listed here is all I know though. Refer to your service manual or contact your OEM dealer if you are unsure if this fits your application. Four-prong spanner - 3/8 drive ready. See other photos for dimensions and specs to see if this fits your application. Tool has many uses.

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Benchtop fun!
Benchtop fun!
The work area in the garage. Yes, the table is bowing that much. LS trans parts on the far left, GSR main and countershaft left of center, lower housing right of center with laid-in shift forks and mechanics after disassembly, and upper housing at far right. The trans is being disassembled because it needs new synchros and gears for 1, 2, and 3. The high school kid who had it before I got it f'd it up something fierce...think powershifting without the clutch: "damn the crunching, full speed ahead!" The fluid that came out when I drained it was nearly black, smelled burned, and had things floating in it. The magnet had more fuzz than a Georgia peach, and the inside was COVERED in black gunk that could have only come from 80k miles of hard driving without a trans fluid change. Oy. That said, with the addition of somewhere between $300 and $1000 in parts, it'll be better than new. Yes, I'm a little note-happy right now.
IMG 0838
IMG 0838
I must get out more. A legacy of being a Home Mechanic. My bucket of old oil filters waiting to be recycled down the local tip. It surprised me how many I had collected over the past year or so. For the ones I can remember, see notes for details of what cars they are off. The Unipart one was off a Landrover Defender and was clearly hard to get off looking at the dents on the side. I recall I was about to knock a screwdriver through it, but just managed to get it off with my filter removal tool. Obviously a gorilla had put it on. No need to have spin on oil filters that tight!

oil filter removal tool
oil filter removal tool
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