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Old 06-12-2016, 09:08 PM   #31
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Ha! you must be Jiffy Lube material...Try draining into a container with a one inch hole in it...How much of that black oil are you getting all over your hands when you remove the plug? How many rags do you have on stand by? I'm just guessing it's not for you and that's fine but the advantages are there. They are great for doing what they are supposed to do, making it easier to do an oil change. As far as hanging farther from the oil pan it really doesn't hang down that much, never had a problem off roading with it. I was a doubter like you until I tried one...MMDV
Funny...Jiffy Lube material. Nope, just a dumb HVAC contractor...well at least I was till a couple of days ago. Just sold my company and get to retire at 58. Still wouldn't put this on my Mercedes diesel with an aluminum pan and sorta out in the open. Also, if you let gravity work for you, you don't get any oil on your hands, just sayn...Later

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Old 10-07-2016, 11:25 AM   #32
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Fuel filter

Im looking to change my fuel filter on my coachman diesel sprinter and would like to ask how often is a good milage , i have heard different numbers .
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Old 10-07-2016, 11:55 AM   #33
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I believe the manual states every 20,000 miles on the fuel filter. That's when I had my changed.

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