Stubby, wally world has Purolator PL14610 or PL14612, both fit and they are $3.27. I used them on my last sportsman and they work just fine. One is slightly longer than the other. Now this is for the 570 not the 330Scoundrel
Fram. CH 6096
K & N. kn-116
When I purchased my first Polaris filter, I opened the box and the Fram # was stamped on the filter.
K & N filters are cheaper than Polaris and more expensive than parts store Fram.
I have not used the Wix filter. That number was crossed from the Fram filter number.
Duane and I counted pleats in the Fram and a K&N. If memory serves me correctly the K&N had 5 or 6 more pleats than Fram.
i totally agree with you Scoundrel that the O-ring would last 5 or more oil changes. Just for grins I found more info about the O-ring with the Fram filter which I posted here. in case that URL ever expires here's a picture of that page too. So I was thinking of stopping by a parker hydraulics store toIn my experience, o-rings under aluminum caps like this last a LONG time and do not need to be replaced with every oil filter.
So you could get a Polaris filter with O-ring every 5th or 10th time you change the oil, maybe.