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Re: Remove “Frozen” Oil filters

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CharlieCharlie
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    $50 may be inexpensive for some people, but that is alot to others. And for just a set of pliers? Thats snap-on for ya. And the “socket” is good for when the filter is still in its original shape. The rubber strap is a last resort tool. No hand cramping and is only 15 bucks for a large one and small one. I keep the large one in the “shop” and my wife uses the small one in the house. But good ideas none the less. We used the socket tool alot when I worked in the lube shops for really hard to reach filters like on some Toyotas right next to the exhaust manifold and behind the radiator. People can dog on the lube shops all day but that is a good entry level place to work for a tech. At least for me it was. Get used to fast pace work and customer service.

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