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16 quart FloTool Drain Container. $10.47 @ Walmart or Amazon

ChicoDad 7,841 26,069 July 7, 2016 at 04:54 PM in Automotive Tools (5)
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Last Edited by thestreetlight July 25, 2016 at 09:22 AM
Walmart has 16 quart FloTool Drain Container [walmart.com] on sale for $10.47 with free in store pick up.

Same price on Amazon [amazon.com]
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Last Edited by TattyBear July 9, 2016 at 09:04 AM
via Amazon, item is exclusively for Prime members.
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#3
Everyday low price...nothing special....
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#4
good product.. I paid $15 this may
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#5
isnt this their price before ?
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#6
I paid that last time I bought one nothing slick about this deal
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#7
Free pickup today is the slick part. Also, putting oil in it makes it a slick deal, too! LOL
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Last edited by MIAMIGUY305 July 8, 2016 at 10:18 AM
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Quote from MIAMIGUY305 View Post :
Free pickup today is the slick part. Also, putting oil in it makes it a slick deal, too! LOL
But no hdmi
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#9
Excellent drain pan. Bought this last time and I love it..
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#10
Isnt splash a problem with this design?
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Quote from fido14dido View Post :
Isnt splash a problem with this design?
I think splashing will always be an issue with any closed drain pan like this unless it has really high side walls. But, then you're either sacrifice clearance or volume. I've found not opening the fill cap before removing the drain bolt helps slow the flow down. Additionally you can also use a funnel directly underneath the plug which should solve the splashing as well.

I have an open face super basic pan that I've been using for a few years now but cleanup and transfer is a PITA so I'm getting this one, I miss the pour spot nod
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Quote from Jcomp View Post :
I paid that last time I bought one nothing slick about this deal
what about for the people that haven't bought one yet?
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#13
last time I went to walmart lol reg. price
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Quote from fido14dido View Post :
Isnt splash a problem with this design?
I used mine the other day with no major splash problems. I left the fill cap on, filter on and wasn't bad. I also put cardboard down when I change my oil, so I'm not too worried about the mess if something happens
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#15
use an open pan and pour it into a 5 gallon paint bucket without a funnel. best and cheapest way for me to be mess free. I have more trust in the paint bucket lid than a bottle like cap.
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