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Old 10-16-2012, 01:05 AM
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Next, I removed the oil filter and used JimN's suggestion of cutting off the top of a jug to catch the filter and oil. Awesome idea and worked like a charm!





I did install the taller, larger capacity oil filter. There is an edge that looked to be knocked in just a bit so the taller one may or may not fit. Mine was just fine.





I got 4 quarts of oil out after draining so I think I got most of it. The oil filter took at least 3/4 of a quart to fill. Valvoline Synthetic too!



Oh, and I didn't know....synthetic motor oil is Green!

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