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Old 12-06-2010, 12:47 AM   #1
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were are you located and ill come get it off for you.... its because they didnt lube the oil seal before installing.... call or text 832 367 7618, just cover my gas and if its a real b**** ill gladly take a donation
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the adjustable strap done work on it
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hammer a screwdriver thru that to form a "t". do it near the front 1/3 to adoid damaging the male fitting going into the filter.
or drill a hole all the way thru and stick something thru. it'll come off
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hammer a screwdriver thru that to form a "t". do it near the front 1/3 to adoid damaging the male fitting going into the filter.
or drill a hole all the way thru and stick something thru. it'll come off
This is what I was thinking, but if it's recessed this won't work - he won't be able to turn it after getting the screwdriver through - if there's even room to get the screwdriver through.

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break out the kung fu grip and twist that off,lol. a screwdriver and hammer is the absolute last resort when it comes to oil filters. chances are that when you drive in the screwdriver and start to turn, it will just rip the case and then your work has just gotten harder.
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I forgot were i got mine frombut i have a few of them, diff sizes, might be able to from sears, northern , harbor freight, ect. Think mine r snap on
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The one on the bottom is what I have had for yeats. Bad mo'fo.

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They either didn't lube the seal or they put it on with a filter wrench. My auto tech teacher always said, "Put it on by hand, take it off with a wrench. Put it on with a wrench take it off with a chisel"
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ANyone know a place in town that sells them?


Use the top one.
Any Sears Hardware should have it in their automotive tools section.
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Thanks, i just stopped by Harbor Freight on 290, will try it tonight! Thanks y'all!
Don't know if this is equivalent, but if it is this may work. I got the oil filter on my truck too tight once and didn't have that special wrench. I just used my thick leather belt to take it off, works just the same way as the wrench. Just put it around the filter and pull the opposite way you looped it. It gets tighter the harder you pull. It worked for me anyways
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They either didn't lube the seal or they put it on with a filter wrench. My auto tech teacher always said, "Put it on by hand, take it off with a wrench. Put it on with a wrench take it off with a chisel"
normally I would agree with that. However, my challenger seems to NOT like that theory. I have to put it on modestly with a wrench or it backs off and starts leaking.
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