Oil Filter Wrench

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Oil Filter Wrench
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$12.95
Item #:
BB4201
12.95

Oil filter wrench allows filter changes without removing front cowls. Fits Small Spin-On Honda Oil Filters such as GL1500, GL1800 and late model Honda motorcycles.

75 Member Reviews

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4/10/2014
John
Burlington, WI
50_stars
Awesome tool to have

My Filter wrench has both the Oil filter end and the plug wrench on the other and/or handle end. This made changing the oil on my 2012 Goldwing the easiest I have ever done. I have two other bikes BMW and Kawasaki. These bikes take twice as long. If you have a second Generation Goldwing Get This Wrench!!!

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3/6/2014
Arlo
neptune, NJ
50_stars
Get This for Your Tool Box !

I bought this because the wing filter is in that tight spot, it fit my factory filter and drain plug perfect and Its tough and well made, Can't beat that !

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9/2/2013
gto49us
Holland, Manitoba, CA
40_stars
Update to: Doesn't Work for Me

I've upgraded my rating for the Oil Filter Wrench because I found a filter other than the Honda oil filter which works with this wrench - the K&N oil filter. The K&N filter has a 17mm "nut" on the top, which is the same size as the oil drain plug. Now I can remove both the drain plug and the filter with this single tool.

I rated this wrench only 4 stars (up from a previous 1 star rating) because this wrench still won't work with the majority of oil filters, making it necessary to have another type of oil filter removal tool in your tool box.

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8/16/2013
gto49us
Holland, Manitoba, CA
10_stars
Doesn't work for me

I guess I'm different. Have an easy-to-remove belly pan, so the cowling doesn't bother me. And I don't use Honda filters, so... I shoulda never got this wrench. It should be called "Honda Oil Filter Wrench." I tried removing my existing filter and this wrench won't work - doesn't fit the filter. I'm having a tough time finding a good one that works - the plastic ones are garbage, so I keep borrowing the one from the mechanic in the next town - a simple strap affair. This isn't the wrench I'm looking for... :(

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1/20/2013
WingRider
San Jose, CA
50_stars
Keep the cowling on

With this wrench, you don't have to remove the cowling to get the oil filter off. This slips over the end of the filter to easily remove it. Mine does not have the plug socket on the other end as show in some of the pics (some photos show the plug socket, others show a small hole). That would be a nice feature.

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