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Old 04-13-2004, 02:33 PM   #31
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i am. now also remembering what tool to use and which wa y to turn it
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Um,..geez I forgot what I was going to say.......
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I know your trying to save money but you might want to think about a Fram suredrain. No more bolts to worry about unscreweing, you just unscrew the cap screw on the drain tube and wait. Its about 14 bucks at autozone. I installed mine last time i changed the oil. We will see how it does when i change it.
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I know your trying to save money but you might want to think about a Fram suredrain. No more bolts to worry about unscreweing, you just unscrew the cap screw on the drain tube and wait. Its about 14 bucks at autozone. I installed mine last time i changed the oil. We will see how it does when i change it.

Thats a good idea, yeah, let me know.
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The plug size is listed as 14mm in my book, and 14mm was a perfect fit for my socket a month or so ago. Also it was the same 14mm socket on the l27 i have sitting in my garage.
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I stand corrected.
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