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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-22-2010, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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Inline fuel filters

After having to replace Asbrand's inline filter that had deformed due to heat, I used metal ones that Jason had installed on his. Purolator F10028 Oriely has them for $1.99, they are made to screw into a carb. You can get a barbed fitting for the threaded end if you want but they work great just screwing them into the hose and clamping.


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thanks for the heads up, that is my next purchase

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Advanced auto has them near me, but they are $3.99. Don't have an Oriely near me.

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Either one of those is a bargain compared to the price at my local NAPA for a cross referenced brand - $7 and change apiece.

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Good look'n out on this one. Stuff like this I wouldn't even know where to begin. I love the thought of a metal one. No Melty! 8)
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If you goto frams website and click on the fram partnumber it will give you all the part numbers it will cross reference to. http://www.framcatalog.com/Competito...pn=vg8&em=True


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If you goto frams website and click on the fram partnumber it will give you all the part numbers it will cross reference to. http://www.framcatalog.com/Competito...pn=vg8&em=True
This filter is made different and is twice the diameter. Make sure you get the one that is smaller.


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SYNTHETIC BRAKE FLUID
SYNTHETIC OIL & GEAR LUBE
PLEXISTAR 2 WINDSHIELD
SPLINES LUBED
ACCT'S GREASED W/TOC SPRINGS
COASTERD
LEATHER SADDLE BAGS
LEATHER TOOL AND ROLL BAG
PICKUP COILS GAPPED AT .018"
NGK CAP, WIRES, IRIDUMS
BARNETT FRICTION PLATES & SPRINGS
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sorry forgot to post that part the place I work is a fram dealer so i just put a link to our cross reference to that filter you do need the smaller bodied filter. i already tried them on my bike this afternoon.


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I love the thought of a metal one. No Melty! 8)
Yes, but no seey either. Maybe I need to look at my plastic ones and see if they are melting!

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Do these inline fuel filters go between the petcock and carb? Would I cut the rubber hose in half and place the filter inline with the cut hose? I am still learning. Thanks for the excellent knowledge all of you hold.
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