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2008/05/05 12:26:00 (permalink)

Oil Filter for Grizzly 700

What oil filter will work for 07 Grizzly 700?
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    dt5150
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 12:52:16 (permalink)
    i just get em at the stealership.

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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 14:08:21 (permalink)
    PH6017a is the fram #. It is the same filter that all of the Yamaha quads that use an external filter, use.

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    LaGrizzly
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 21:15:22 (permalink)
    thanks
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 22:08:52 (permalink)
    i woulnt run a fram there junk use the yamaha filter or cross it over to a wix or napa you will be better off
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 22:58:20 (permalink)
    any filter for an 94 Mazda MX-3 or RX-7
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/05 23:24:58 (permalink)
    I can't take credit for the list, but here it is:


             Yamaha: 5GH-13440-00-00
    ·        Fram: PH6017A
    ·        NAPA: 1358
    ·        WIX: 51358
    ·        AC: 2057
    ·        Mobil M1-110
    ·        Super Tech st7317/st6607(a little shorter)
    ·        AC Delco PF2135
    ·        AMSOil SMF103
    ·        Carquest 85358
    ·        FRAM PH6017A
    ·        Honda 15410-MCJ-000
    ·        K&N KN-204, about $13. Metric nut on end for easy removal.
    ·        NAPA Gold 1358
    ·        Purolator ML16817. Imported, not made by Purolator.
    ·        STP SMO 17
    ·        WIX 51358
     
    ** Purolator pure one PL14610  -   this is my preference.

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    CamoMan700
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 10:43:13 (permalink)
    I understand the Purolator is the best filter out there if you can find it. I have been using the Mobile M1-110 on both my 450 and 700. You can find them at any auto parts store. I have heard to many bad stories about Fram filters and there paper inside.

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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 10:57:19 (permalink)
    from my understanding the mobil 1 filter is the highest rated and the pure one filter is a close second (also alot cheaper) both are very good i prefer the pure one....seems like you are kinda paying for the mobil one name to me. either way i would stay away from the fram filters, i have heard alot of bad things about them as well.
     
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 11:42:48 (permalink)
    Thanks for all of your help.
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 11:47:57 (permalink)
    how many quarts of oil does the 700 use with filter?
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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 12:27:20 (permalink)
    The Mobile 1 filter and a few others are longer than stock so they hold a little more oil. I always get 3 quarts and it will take almost all of it. I push it to the top of the dipstick for sure and even a little over want hurt anything. It's safe to say with the bigger filters it will take between 2.5 to 2 3/4 of a quart. That will leave a little in the bottle in case it use's any before I change it again. So far I have never had to add any oil once I got it filled up to where I want it. I also recommend using Synthetic oil like Amsoil or Mobile 1. Just make sure its' made for a ATV or motorcycle for it's wet clutch.

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    RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2008/05/06 23:34:01 (permalink)
    Hey, Camo thanks you have been helpful. And all the other people, thanks for your help.
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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 06:00:54 (permalink)
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    post edited by JUSTADDMUD420 - 2012/08/17 06:02:21

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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 06:40:21 (permalink)
    I use the Purolater L14610, they're $3.50 from wal-mart. I use them on the rhino, grizzly, bruin, kodiak's, etc.

    Grizzly 700... It's got stuff.

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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 07:23:33 (permalink)
    Even Fram motorcycle filters have paper end caps!! Fram = junk

     
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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 07:58:17 (permalink)
    Agree'd, I don't use Fram anything!! They're made of cardboard and hot glue.

    Grizzly 700... It's got stuff.

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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 08:04:49 (permalink)
    The only Fram i would consider using is their "XG(Xtended Guard" line of filters.I have cut them open.They have a solid synthetic media and good metal end caps.All other Fram filters have paper end caps.I have put Fram filters on vehicles and then took them off with 5 miles on them and cut them open to find that the filter media inside was falling apart and not glued correctly.Purolator filters are the best bang for your buck.Purolator uses metal end caps in all their filters and their entire line is reasonably priced and easy to find.

     
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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 08:04:54 (permalink)
    I also use the purolater's on my grizz.

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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/17 23:21:32 (permalink)
    Bosch D3323 Distance Plus High Performance Oil Filter

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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/18 08:59:48 (permalink)
    I always have a problem with the yamaha ones no wanting to thread on very good, anybody else have that problem?  I usually use the purolator ones from walmart.

     
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    Re: RE: Oil Filter for Grizzly 700 2012/08/19 22:02:01 (permalink)
    If using a Purolater get the ones from the Auto parts store that say Pure One.
    The walmart line purolater isnt recomended for an ATV.
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