Oil Filter size or part number?

Ernie12

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Hey Guys, I am new to these bikes and I have a 2002 BD Pro Sport 107 and I need to know a part number for the Oil Filter. I read on here that Harley carries a chrome one so I went there and bought a filter. They did not seem to know for sure if it would fit. The guy ask me if it was EVO or V-twin but being new to these bikes I really did not know.

He said the one he gave me is standard for V-twin. Does anyone know the part number?

Thanks for any help.

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Ernie12

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Thanks for the link I will probably get that. But for the time being I still need to know what regular oil filter I can get. Thanks
 

SEAL-rider

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BTW, as he mentions in the video, the throw away filters for Evo engines filter down to 30 microns. The washable ones filter down to 2.6 microns and yet flow better.
 

MossBerg590

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Hey Guys, I am new to these bikes and I have a 2002 BD Pro Sport 107 and I need to know a part number for the Oil Filter. I read on here that Harley carries a chrome one so I went there and bought a filter. They did not seem to know for sure if it would fit. The guy ask me if it was EVO or V-twin but being new to these bikes I really did not know.

He said the one he gave me is standard for V-twin. Does anyone know the part number?

Thanks for any help.

Here is a pic.
The Harley part # should be 89-3535
 

roadie1389

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Do not use the one for the TwinCams. Use the EVO. KN and HighFlo the number is 170. The C at end means Chrome, B or nothing is black.
 

Ernie12

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Thanks very much everyone. I was told by someone at BD to use Bel Ray fluids and here is a pic of what they use. Will it be ok to use this in this 02 bike, here is a pic.


I guess I am a little confused because it says formulated for V-twin 20-50 but I do not know if that matters. I just want to put in what is best for this 02 bike
 

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SEAL-rider

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Use full synthetic 20/50 unless it gets really hot where you live and only then switch to straight 50 wt full synthetic for the summer.
 

dentdude36

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Thanks very much everyone. I was told by someone at BD to use Bel Ray fluids and here is a pic of what they use. Will it be ok to use this in this 02 bike, here is a pic.


I guess I am a little confused because it says formulated for V-twin 20-50 but I do not know if that matters. I just want to put in what is best for this 02 bike
I use to use amsoil vtwin switched to Mobil 1 and noticed it keeps the motor quieter but both are great oils
 
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