Question about 1972 Honda CB 350 F0
You don't really "change" the filter. You just clean it. There is a screen filter on the bottom of the oil pump that serves to do a basic filter of the oil going into the oil pump. The real "filter is a centrifugal filter on the right end of the crankshaft. The spinning filter forces the heavy dirt particles to the inner rim of the filter where they build up to a somewhat solid mass. A screw driver pushed into the mass will break the dirt up and when most of the dirt mass is removed, a can of carb cleaner can finish the job. Only minor dis-assembly of the filter is needed to clean it. There is no need to actually remove the filter from the crankshaft.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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