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    what kind of wrench are we supposed to use to change the oil filter?

  • #2
    Honda cap wrench.

    FILTER SET, OIL

    15010-MCE-H51

    Comes with oil filter and a very nice fitting cap wrench. Not like the crap in the auto parts stores.
    PGR RIDE CAPTAIN.. UTAH

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    • #3
      Thank you

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      • #4
        Amazon has several oil filter wrenches that will work fine.

        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TMC View Post
          Amazon has several oil filter wrenches that will work fine.

          https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
          Crap..
          PGR RIDE CAPTAIN.. UTAH

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          • #6
            inthewind let us see a pic of this golden wrench from Honda

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            • #7
              Honda cap wrench.

              FILTER SET, OIL

              15010-MCE-H51

              Comes with oil filter and a very nice fitting cap wrench. Not like the crap in the auto parts stores.
              PGR RIDE CAPTAIN.. UTAH

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              • #8
                I put the part number in withan order I was going to put in. They wanted 16 and change, which I thought was alright. But it raised the shipping to 20 dollars for 3 items that would fit in a lunch sack.
                But they still have no pic of the filter wrench.

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                • #9
                  Here it is
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by kc classic View Post
                    I put the part number in withan order I was going to put in. They wanted 16 and change, which I thought was alright. But it raised the shipping to 20 dollars for 3 items that would fit in a lunch sack.
                    But they still have no pic of the filter wrench.
                    Not to change the subject, and I cannot speak to the practices of other dealers, but if I'm ordering an OEM part more times than not our local dealer (Lejeune Motorsports) can get it just as fast as any of the OEM internet part providers without pretending that overnight delivery doesn't mean "once we get the part USPS mailed to us we'll overnight it to you." More importantly, I pay NO shipping for parts ordered through their parts counter; by phone or in person.

                    I get so ****ed when I go to an OEM provider site, place an order for $12.72 worth of parts (four bolts) and they want $7.95 for routine shipping. Or $65 for two parts and have to pay $11.95 for routine shipping. Both of these examples are actual purchases and both of these purchases would have fit in oversized envelopes.
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                    • HondaNutRider
                      HondaNutRider commented
                      Editing a comment
                      As follow-up to this comment, here in Canada anyways there are small-engine Honda dealers who aren't licensed to sell motorcycles (they retail generators, lawnmowers, etc). I have found that they can order any Honda part for me as long as I have the part number for it. They cann't look it up as could an actual motorcycle dealer. In fact, for old parts that Honda has discontinued stocking, the Honda parts ordering system has access to all dealers old stock across the country an will retrieve those if necessary. (I once got a pair of old grips - one from Vancouver and the other from Montreal.)

                  • #11
                    Originally posted by clayusmcret View Post

                    Not to change the subject, and I cannot speak to the practices of other dealers, but if I'm ordering an OEM part more times than not our local dealer (Lejeune Motorsports) can get it just as fast as any of the OEM internet part providers without pretending that overnight delivery doesn't mean "once we get the part USPS mailed to us we'll overnight it to you." More importantly, I pay NO shipping for parts ordered through their parts counter; by phone or in person.

                    I get so ****ed when I go to an OEM provider site, place an order for $12.72 worth of parts (four bolts) and they want $7.95 for routine shipping. Or $65 for two parts and have to pay $11.95 for routine shipping. Both of these examples are actual purchases and both of these purchases would have fit in oversized envelopes.
                    I agree 100 % with you on this. But the dealer where I bought my bike wants 128.00 fora key fob and 18 for a blank key. Online they want 87 and 6 plus 15.00 shipping. then add in the filter and wrench for 16, they wanted another 5 for shipping.
                    I would love to buy local, but I will not be hosed.

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by kc classic View Post

                      I agree 100 % with you on this. But the dealer where I bought my bike wants 128.00 fora key fob and 18 for a blank key. Online they want 87 and 6 plus 15.00 shipping. then add in the filter and wrench for 16, they wanted another 5 for shipping.
                      I would love to buy local, but I will not be hosed.
                      Agreed. If my dealer wasn't competitive I wouldn't buy OEM parts from them. As always, best to shop around.
                      2008 Red GW1800 -- NRA Life Member - American Legion PUFL, American Legion Riders
                      USMC 21 YRS/9 MO and when dead, a dead Marine.
                      US Four Corner Ride https://clayusmcret.blogspot.com/
                      2014 Mid-States Ride https://mid-states.blogspot.com/
                      2015 NC to UT/NV Ride https://2015nvride.blogspot.com/

                      50th State ridden on 19 Aug, 2016 DS #1584

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                      • #13
                        Does this part,
                        15010-MCE-H51, fit a 2018 Goldwing?

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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by Travelingman View Post
                          Does this part,
                          15010-MCE-H51, fit a 2018 Goldwing?
                          Yes
                          Martin

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