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Kawasaki KLT 250 C1-C3 Prairie 83-85 Oil Filter HiFlo

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HiFlo Filtro Oil Filters

The only TUV approved aftermarket filter

HiFlo is the best selling aftermarket oil filter, and it's not difficult to see why.

Premium Materials

Hi Flo filters are built with the finest quality materials for the best reliability and filtration; the composite filtering material is compatible with all lubricants (including synthetic), as is the heat treated adhesive. Hi Flo use metal end caps - not paper like some other aftermarket filters - and the folded filter material is kept in place with a stainless steel mesh.

All manufacturing and quality control checks are carried out within HiFlo's own factory. Filters go through 16 quality control checks using the latest in pressure testing machinery, and all HiFlo filters have a "burst factor" of at least 4 - they are tested to pressures 4 times higher than ordinary use in a motorcycle, scooter or ATV engine.

Tested and certified

HiFlo is the world's first TUV approved oil filter - and they meet and exceed all OEM specification.

Related Products

Changing your oil and oil filter can be a messy business. Make sure you've got all the tools and oil required before you start.

Delivery and Returns

We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you're not, just return the products to our warehouse. Unless faulty, we'd like this to be within 30 days of purchase. Exceptions apply to certain products.

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Instructional DVD- A Guide To Service Your Bike


The complete guide to performing a standard service on your bike, including: replacing your oil filter and oil, air filter, spark plugs, coolant and brake fluid. Professionally filmed in our studio, Nick Hine shows you exactly how to do each job - with clear, close-up shots, tips, advice and techniques that enable you to do a professional finish - even if you have no experience.

All DVDs start and end with the bike on the ground, They don't miss out any steps and always use standard home garage tools where possible and show you how to make your own special tools where necessary. We explain why you need to do each task and try to give you a good understanding of the principles behind each job.

  • Drain your oil and remove your filter
  • Choose the correct oil for your bike
  • Fit the new filter, refilll the oil and accurately check the level
  • Remove your fuel tank and replace your air filter
  • Remove and check your old spark plugs
  • Gap and fit your new spark plugs
  • Refit the fuel tank and pipes
  • Drain, flush, mix and refill your coolant
  • Replace your brake fluid
  • Know the difference between DOT 3, 4, 5 and 5.1!
  • Bleed your brakes correctly to ensure a good firm lever
  • ... Read more » DVD Guide - How To Service Your Bike



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