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Oil Filter - CH6000

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Fram Oil Filter - CH6000
  • Use the same brand you trust for your car-Fram
  • Exact replacement filters meet or exceed original specs
  • Complete kit includes all gaskets and seals
Specifications
Part #: 30600
Mfg #: CH6000
Type Oil Filter
Units Each
Weight 0.25 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
16500-45810, 16510-45040, CH6000
UPC Code:
009100381330
Fitment for Fram Oil Filter - CH6000

Part 30600 fits the following machines

Suzuki
  • GR650 Tempter 1983
  • GR650X Tempter 1983
  • GS1000 1978-1979
  • GS1000E 1978-1980
  • GS1000G 1980-1981
  • GS1000GL L 1980-1981
  • GS1000L 1979
  • GS1000S 1979-1980
  • GS1000S Katana 1982
  • GS1100E 1980-1983
  • GS1100ES 1983
  • GS1100G 1982-1983
  • GS1100GK 1982-1984
  • GS1100GL L 1982-1983
  • GS1100L L 1980
  • GS1100S Katana 1983
  • GS1150E 1985-1986
  • GS1150ES 1984-1986
  • GS250T 1980-1981
  • GS300L 1982-1983, 1985
  • GS400 1977-1978
  • GS400X 1977-1978
  • GS425 1979
  • GS425E 1979
  • GS425L 1979
  • GS450E 1980-1983
  • GS450GA 1982-1983, 1985
  • GS450L 1980-1983, 1985-1988
  • GS450S 1980-1981
  • GS450T 1981-1982
  • GS450TX 1982-1983
  • GS500 2001-2002
  • GS500E 1989-2000
  • GS500F 2004-2009
  • GS550 1977-1980
  • GS550E 1978-1980, 1983, 1985
  • GS550ES 1983-1986
  • GS550L 1979-1982, 1985-1986
  • GS550L Impulse 1983
  • GS550M Katana 1982
  • GS550T 1981
  • GS650E 1981-1982
  • GS650G 1981-1983
  • GS650GL 1981-1983
  • GS650M Katana 1983
  • GS700E 1985
  • GS700ES 1985
  • GS750 1977-1979
  • GS750E 1978-1983
  • GS750ES 1983
  • GS750L 1979-1981
  • GS750S Katana 1983
  • GS750T 1982-1983
  • GS850G 1979-1983
  • GS850GL 1980-1983
  • GSF400 Bandit 1991-1993
  • XN85 Turbo 1983
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years of reliable survice
I have been ordering parts and accessories from DK for 20 plus years. There service is top notch , quality and friendly PEOPLE to talk to for answers. I would highly recommend DK for all your scooter needs. PS and I ride a British bike ! My wife rides a Ninja. WE are late 50's
CHUCK & GIN
August 2, 2010
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4 / 5
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its a good oilfilter
its a good filter i recomend it to other bayou owners it runs 100% better
August 21, 2012
Cleveland, OH
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filters that work
the fit is exelent and most of us know about frams reputation for quality . need i say more .
December 29, 2010
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Quality Filter
It's a Fram filter, what more needs to be said!!
April 9, 2012
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5 / 5
good value
fit like original and comes with all 3 o rings every where else there extra
June 3, 2015
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March 29, 2010
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April 17, 2012
fram filters are top notch
i use fram in all my machines never had a problem
May 8, 2015
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Great value for the buy.
September 26, 2012
Great Product
I’ve been using these filters from Fram for over ten years when doing oil changes on my Kawasaki Ninja 250s and have never had any trouble. Usually the larger O-ring needs a little time to relax back to its normal shape when pulled from the packaging and then it rests in the groove on the filter cover without an issue. I had some trouble with this latest one wanting to fully seat in the groove. When I had finished the oil change and fired up the engine, oil was leaking past the gasket. I dropped and recovered the fresh oil and put the previous gasket back in and that fixed the leak. I still recommend this without question but just make sure the gaskets seat properly and save yourself the hassle.
June 3, 2016
Faribault, MN