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oil filter drain tool

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Oct 23, 2010
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Has anyone used this? I just wonder how well it works... I have done many oil changes and struggled with different approaches in getting the filter off and out without spills. It's doable with a variety of makeshift "tools" such as cut milk cartons, freezer bags, etc, but it is always a real effort and most irritating when some spent oil escapes. It would be worth it to me to not have that irritation, if such a tool worked well and wasn't a pita to use.

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