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Old 11-25-2006, 04:16 PM   #1
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What'* the size...5/8"? I forgot my tools and I'm in NY...gonna go grab one at the store.
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I've always used 15mm, but yours could be different....
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15mm is probably right...it looks like it. Thanks!
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Hey... what do you know... mine'* a 15mm too.
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I just used a crescent wrench. Quickest oil change yet...didn't even jack the car up!
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How'd you get under there?
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heh my car is weird... i have a 14mm must had been replaced at one time
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How'd you get under there?
My dad just bought a massive garage 15 minutes from the house...the jack was in the garage. But I was able to lay under the car and do everything just fine. Not as much room as usual, but definitely doable!
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WTG!
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How'd you get under there?
My dad just bought a massive garage 15 minutes from the house...the jack was in the garage. But I was able to lay under the car and do everything just fine. Not as much room as usual, but definitely doable!
That'* how I always do mine. Long arms help I guess..
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