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Old 07-28-2020, 08:23 AM   #1
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Anyone have any cross reference numbers for a generic filter see pics
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Old 07-28-2020, 09:02 AM   #2
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not sure if generic, maybe this?, 63810-80A


edit: i found these cross reference numbers too that may work...
Fram PH6019
Fram PH6074

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Old 07-28-2020, 09:21 AM   #3
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the tag you show is Motorcycle Storehouse number, it is for 80-E84 XL, L82-84 FL & FX & it replaces 63782-80 & 63810-80A
https://www.motorcyclestorehouse.com...ex.html#zoom=z
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part no 580471 in motorcycle storehouse

I usually get them off ebay, most of the times listed for generic use - triumph.
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Thanks men
I found this on net .it just took me 3 weeks to get Yorkshire tea (loose leaf) from uk
And I’ve never entered a stealership
(As I hear There called)
I’m testing the locals (Car parts store)to come up good
It’s m16 and it’s critical it’s less than 165mm long
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Another cross reference for you.
https://www.oilfilter-crossreference...IDSON/63782-80
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I use the same one on my JBROSG oil pump filter cover or the longer ones would hit the transmission....
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Old 07-28-2020, 11:46 AM   #8
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That fucking filter drives me batshit because I can't ever find a good automotive replacement.

If someone comes up with a good cross (even if it's longer!) I'd be indebted.
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im not positive but this might be worth a try


https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/FIL7013
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I had to use a mann w75/3 filter to get it inside the primary cover...dia 76 , length 53 mm.
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Dutch short is cool and can go fatter
Sounds like porn but same thread ?
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Dutch short is cool and can go fatter
Sounds like porn but same thread ?
M22*1.5 , i was a bitt surprised by the m16 ..not very common but easy to x-over with a reducer ring
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Yea enlarger ring
(Were going up yea?)
Then I got to find that which is a trawl round plumbing shops
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Enough hits on the net ..perhaps you have to grind down the hex thickness a bitt or just loose it completely.
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Sorry for the shady picture....adapter is the key word to search for.
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Yea I did that on a trump remote filter
I’ll see how I go I’m trying to avoid online
But I’m thinking maybe impossible
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Ok
Spent all morning hunting
Found your filter Dutch (Renault Clio)
Stumped on the adaptor some guy can make one but.
Then found A shop
Sů solution is buy adaptor online (its 20mm not 22)
Ordered the Harley filter For this oil change then next change I convert once I’ve checked specs on Mann filter
Just ordered the ring £1.74 from china (free postage) just have to wait a month to get it
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Old 07-29-2020, 11:54 AM   #18
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While you're looking at that other filter you should check it's specifications. The reason you use a interchange is to get the same micron and if a bypass, which these filters are, the same bypass pressure. Just making it fit could come back and bite you in the ass.
https://www.wixfilters.com/Lookup/Pa...px?Part=219335
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Exactly joe
Was looking for that info convert psi ?
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Good one Joe , isn’t there anything you don’t think over.
The filtration rate is 9 micron, compared to 20 on the one you linked , the bypass is way higher but being honoust i did not Thought that would be a problem..before i knew the filtration rating
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