where do YOU get your fuel filters


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where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:19 pm



There are some out there most are horibly expense. I tried the napa 3011 but it is just too big( too tight in the holder)
Where can I get a replacement like OEM that fits right. ?
Parts and more is inexspense . till you add $8.50 shipping. And Cresentmoon Cycles is no longer in business.

Suggestions would be much appreciated.

By the way the honda part number is 16900-371-004 and is the same for the GL 1100 and many morehonda bikes too.



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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:29 pm

this is the applications that all use the same honda fuel filter part number.
I would think some after market parts supplier would have it.

This Honda 16900-371-004 FILTER, FUEL is also used on these models and components:


1976 GL1000

1976 GL1000LTD

1977 GL1000

1978 GL1000

1979 GL1000

1980 GL1100

1980 GL1100I

1981 GL1100

1981 GL1100I

1982 GL1100

1982 GL1100A

1982 GL1100I

1982 VF750C

1983 GL1100

1983 GL1100A

1983 GL1100I

1983 VF1100C

1983 VF750C

1983 VF750F

1983 VT750C

1984 GL1200

1984 GL1200

1984 GL1200A

1984 GL1200I

1984 GL1200I

1984 VF1000F

1984 VF1000F

1984 VF1100C

1984 VF1100C

1984 VF1100S

1984 VF1100S

1984 VF500C

1984 VF500C

1984 VF500F

1984 VF500F

1984 VF700C

1984 VF700C

1984 VF700F

1984 VF700F

1984 VF750F

1984 VF750F

1984 VT700C

1984 VT700C

1985 GL1200A

1985 GL1200A

1985 GL1200I

1985 VF1100C

1985 VF1100C

1985 VF1100S

1985 VF1100S



1985 VF500C

1985 VF500F

1985 VF500F

1985 VF700C

1985 VF700C

1985 VF700F
1985 VF700F

1985 VT700C

1985 VT700C

1986 GL1200A

1986 GL1200I

1986 VF1100C

1986 VF700C

1986 CN250

1987 CN250

1989 CH250

1990 CH250

1992 CN250

1993 CN250

1994 CN250

1995 CN250

1996 CN250

1997 CN250

1998 CN250

1999 CN250

2000 CN250

2001 CN250

2001 NSS250

2001 NSS250A

2002 NSS250

2002 NSS250A

2003 NSS250

2003 NSS250A

2004 CN250

2004 NSS250

2004 NSS250A

2004 NSS250AS

2004 NSS250S

2005 CN250

2005 NSS250

2005 NSS250A

2005 NSS250AS

2005 NSS250S

2005 PS250

2006 CN250

2006 NSS250

2006 NSS250A

2006 NSS250AS

2006 NSS250S

2006 PS250

2007 CN250

2007 NSS250

2007 NSS250A

2007 NSS250AS

2007 NSS250S

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:05 pm

scotterichmond wrote: And Cresentmoon Cycles is no longer in business.


They're not? There's nothing on their website about this, and they've still got 250-odd active auctions of stuff going on eBay.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:49 pm

believe me they are I wrote to susan. they are selling out stuff on ebay I quit waiting for my stuff after a mmonth. and now the phone is disconnected, and they won't answer my e-mails. I had to cancel withthe Credit card company to get my money back.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Mon Oct 24, 2011 5:51 pm

what do you think of these?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-GL1100-80 ... 2313cb2adb

By the way non of the online stores that show filters , have then in stock and Emgo says the are no longer availible.
If someone can show me I am wrong please do.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby cbx4evr » Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:06 pm

I bite the bullet and only buy fuel filters from Honda. I don't want to be stuck on the side of the road because I tied to save a couple of dollars on a filter.

Otherwise try Cyclemax.

http://www.cyclemax.com/inc/sdetail/9782
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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby cbx4evr » Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:08 pm

scotterichmond wrote:what do you think of these?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-GL1100-80 ... 2313cb2adb



I've got one of those with extra filter elements that you can have for the cost of shipping and PayPal fees.

Bought it for another bike and never used it. Since sold the bike. It's blue not black though.
"It´s a friggen motorcycle, it´s not supposed to be comfortable, quiet or safe. The wind noise is supposed to hurt your ears, the seat should be hard and riding it should make you s**t your pants every now and then. "

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby dingdong » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:03 am

WingAdmin wrote:
scotterichmond wrote: And Cresentmoon Cycles is no longer in business.


They're not? There's nothing on their website about this, and they've still got 250-odd active auctions of stuff going on eBay.


Frenchy says goodbye. I think they are just selling off what is left.
http://www.ngwclub.com/forum/viewtopic. ... 42#p375242
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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:56 am

Cresent moon cycles finally came through

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Tue Oct 25, 2011 2:38 pm

cbx4evr wrote:
scotterichmond wrote:what do you think of these?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-GL1100-80 ... 2313cb2adb



I've got one of those with extra filter elements that you can have for the cost of shipping and PayPal fees.

Bought it for another bike and never used it. Since sold the bike. It's blue not black though.



I thank you for the offer , but I gott two testerday fro Cresent moon cycles , finally

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Thu Oct 27, 2011 9:44 am

Ok I think you all know by now I don't give up easily. I found a supplier for our fuel filters.
These are the ones I got from cresent moon cycles. and it has a label with the wed page :
pegasusautoracing.com Filter # 9875-large 1/4" line 3-3/4" long
And a phone # 1-800-6898-6946

https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/produ ... oduct=9875

I have two in hand and they stock them.

See what you think . At least these fit correctly

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Fri Jul 27, 2012 2:23 pm

I use them on two of my bikes. no problem so far ( 1Year now)

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby eklimek » Fri Jul 27, 2012 8:59 pm

Thanks for pegasus tip. Price is right with USPS even for Canada.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Sat Jul 28, 2012 9:06 am

I found this because I bought a filter from Cresent moon cycles and they left the label on the package. well I went staight to the web..........bingo.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby JamesSomers » Mon Sep 17, 2012 8:40 pm

I ordered a couple of the Large filters from Pegasus and they seem to be too large. Perhaps I am wrong :?: (have not taken the old one out yet) but could someone reassure me that the Large filter will fit my 78 GL1000. Thanks as always!

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Tue Sep 18, 2012 8:03 am

I use them on my 75 and 81 both fit great,

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby JamesSomers » Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:01 am

Cool, I hope to get a moment of time tomorrow to replace mine.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby JamesSomers » Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:55 pm

Well, started to install the new filter and come to find out, it's a bit too small for the holder. It does not seem like it will fall out or anything, but does have a good amount of play. Any suggestions?

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Wed Sep 19, 2012 1:59 pm

it won't fall out right? loose is a lot better than too tight, like the napa #3011

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby JamesSomers » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:34 pm

Nope, don't think it will fall out. Just wanted to make sure the ratting around in the holder won't cause problems. :?

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby scotterichmond » Wed Sep 19, 2012 3:43 pm

The best is OEM , but at $21,the scotsman in me can't do it. Loose has not hurt a thing on mine. Been in there more than a year. I tried the napa #3011 route, I did not like the holder sqeezing it that tight ( accually crushed it ) and I wanted it to be in the holder.

Go for it, and if you are concerned, watch it, or use the OEM.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby Barry Barker » Sun Sep 23, 2012 7:15 am

My local hardware store has a filter by Oregon that looks, and fits almost perfectly. I will get the part number I think it is a 07064 but I need to confirm with my hardware store which is closed today. Get back to you all on Monday.

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby Barry Barker » Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:08 am

Barry Barker wrote:My local hardware store has a filter by Oregon that looks, and fits almost perfectly. I will get the part number I think it is a 07064 but I need to confirm with my hardware store which is closed today. Get back to you all on Monday.

Confirmed the part number, this is a good replacement filter for about $7.00

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Re: where do YOU get your fuel filters

Postby JamesSomers » Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:27 am

Barry Barker wrote:
Barry Barker wrote:My local hardware store has a filter by Oregon that looks, and fits almost perfectly. I will get the part number I think it is a 07064 but I need to confirm with my hardware store which is closed today. Get back to you all on Monday.

Confirmed the part number, this is a good replacement filter for about $7.00


Thanks for the great suggestion. I have Oregon dealers all around me.




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