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Oil Filter - CH6005

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Fram Oil Filter - CH6005
  • Famous quality Fram filters available for some applications
  • Meet all manufacturers requirements
  • Fram filters include O-rings and/or gaskets when needed
Specifications
Part #: 30605
Mfg #: CH6005
Type Oil Filter
Units Each
Weight 0.25 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
2H0-13440-90, 4X7-13440-01, 4X7-13440-90, 5JX-13440-00-00, CH6005
UPC Code:
009100381361
Fitment for Fram Oil Filter - CH6005

Part 30605 fits the following machines

Yamaha
  • SR250 Exciter 1 1980-1982
  • SR250S Exciter II 1980
  • SR250T Exciter II 1981
  • SR400 2015-2018
  • SR500 1978-1981
  • SRX600 1986
  • TDM850 1992-1993
  • TT250 1980-1982
  • TT500 1977-1981
  • TT600 1983-1987
  • XC180 Riva 1983-1984
  • XC180D Riva 1985
  • XC180Z Riva 1984-1985
  • XC200 Riva 1987-1989, 1991
  • XC200Z Riva 1987-1990
  • XT250 1980-1983
  • XT500 1976-1981
  • XT550 1982-1983
  • XT600 1984-1995
  • XV1000 Virago 1984-1985
  • XV1100 Virago 1986-1999
  • XV1100S Virago Special 1996-1998
  • XV250 Route 66 1988-1990
  • XV250 Virago 1995-2007
  • XV250 V-Star 2008-2019
  • XV500 Virago 1983
  • XV535 Virago V35 1987-1988, 1990, 1993-2000
  • XV535S Virago 535 Special 1994-1997
  • XV700 Virago 1984-1985
  • XV700C Virago 1986-1987
  • XV700S Virago 1986
  • XV750 Virago 1981-1983, 1988-1997
  • XV920 Virago 1982-1983
  • XV920M Midnight Virago 1983
  • XV920R 1981-1982
  • XVS650 V-Star Custom 1998-2011, 2013-2016
  • XVS650A V-Star Classic 1998-2010
  • XVS650A-C V-Star Classic (California model) 2004-2005
  • XVS650AT V-Star Silverado 2002-2010
  • XVS650AT-C V-Star Silverado (California model) 2004-2005
  • XVS650-C V-Star Custom (California model) 2004-2005
  • XZ550R Vision 1982-1983
  • YFM600FWA Grizzly 4x4 1998-2001
  • YFM600FWAH Grizzly 4x4 Hunter Edition 2001
  • YFM600H Grizzly 4x4 Hunter Edition 2000
Reviews & Questions
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Fram lists CH6004 as the correct filter for 2013 Yamaha 650 custom and stated the CH6005 is not. They stated the CH6005 is not the same as CH6004.?
GERALD O on Aug 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I would go with the CH6004
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5 / 5
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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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4 / 5
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2 / 5
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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5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
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3 / 5
Value
5 / 5
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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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
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August 12, 2010