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Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2005 11:05 pm 
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NC 5ltr wrote:
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man if you cant undo a sump plug and get the oin in the drain pan or whatever u use you should not be changing you oil!!!
ffs
and a little oil on ya neva hurts


settle down disco no need to get all upset.

the reason im looking at these is that when i go to take the sump plug out it always threads, so at the moment my car is slowly draining oil.
heh dude i nto havign a go or anything... :)
it all good

it sounds like some one has f**k teh thread in the sump!
or u need a new fibre washer on the end of it
i mean sure it a good idea and all but not one i would be using i am old school thats all :)

 

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Posted: Tue Feb 08, 2005 11:08 pm 
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scotts840 wrote:
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man if you cant undo a sump plug and get the oin in the drain pan or whatever u use you should not be changing you oil!!!
ffs
and a little oil on ya neva hurts


and that's coming from the persom who spent how long cleaning up oil from how many cars in my workshop after missing the drain pan????????
i was f**k waiting for that..... i dont liek oil drain pans at your workshop they suck!
they are old and dogdy and move on the uneven floor!

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 09, 2005 11:39 am 
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Disco Frank wrote:
NC 5ltr wrote:
Disco Frank wrote:
man if you cant undo a sump plug and get the oin in the drain pan or whatever u use you should not be changing you oil!!!
ffs
and a little oil on ya neva hurts


settle down disco no need to get all upset.

the reason im looking at these is that when i go to take the sump plug out it always threads, so at the moment my car is slowly draining oil.
heh dude i nto havign a go or anything... :)
it all good

it sounds like some one has f**k teh thread in the sump!
or u need a new fibre washer on the end of it
i mean sure it a good idea and all but not one i would be using i am old school thats all :)


actually come to think of it i think i did the sump plug up to tight thats why its threaded :oops:

i know you werent

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 09, 2005 11:46 am 
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I dont see what the problem is, i think the idea is good however i prolly am not THAT lazy or in THAT much of a hurry that id bother getting one for one of my cars.

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Posted: Wed Feb 09, 2005 9:17 pm 
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actually come to think of it i think i did the sump plug up to tight thats why its threaded :oops:

i know you werent
hah aLOL man thats funny :P:P::)
umm addd soem thread tape to the plug next time and see if that helps

 

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Posted: Wed Feb 09, 2005 9:53 pm 
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Daniel wrote:
I dont see what the problem is, i think the idea is good however i prolly am not THAT lazy or in THAT much of a hurry that id bother getting one for one of my cars.

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niether man thats why i drive not walk :lol:

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 10, 2005 2:47 am 
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LOL good jpg. People misinterpreted what I said.. It's a good idea, but not one that is really needed. I reckon if you can't be bothered to take a plug off then you should pay someone to do it; time vs money. The fomoto just costs more money which will only save you a few seconds. To take the sump plug off only takes 20 seconds anyway.. Just don't do changes on a hot day!

 

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