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Lisle Oil Filter Removal Wrench: Wide-Range $7.60, Import

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Amazon.com has select Lisle Oil Filter Removal Wrenches on sale listed below. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks albisylk

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  • Import (Fits filters from 2-1/2" to 3-1/8") $6.85
  • Wide-Range (Fits filters from 3-1/8" to 3-7/8) $7.62
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Made from steel and compatible with a 3/8" drive. This tool is only for filter removal.

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Lisle 63600 Oil Filter Tool for $6.85 with free shipping for Amazon Prime Members. This is the lowest price ever per CCC. Update: now back in stock on Amazon, also available at home Depot for $6.85
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Lisle.../306764010


https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-6360...ive&sr=1-3



Also available is the larger Lisle 63250 Wide Range Filter Wrench for $7.62, which is close to the lowest price ever per CCC.

https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-6325...ve&sr=1-24





These are really handy tools for removing stuck/pesky oil filters, especially those located in awkward places. Wish I had it last night or my knuckles wouldn't be all banged up! PSA these are only good for *removing* oil filters, not tightening them. Oil filters should be hand tightened anyway. Recommended by the venerable Scotty Kilmer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGvjU4CFsnQ
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These tools are great for removing filters that are either too tight, stuck, or in awkward places.

But a note about installation: Hand-tight is different for different people, so it's best to tighten with a torque wrench to the spec for your car (if available) or to the specifications that come with the filter, usually something like "3/4 turn past seal contact". If you can do that by hand, great, but the filter doesn't care if you use your hand or a tool to tighten it as long as you tighten it properly.
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Make sure you lube the o ring with oil before tightening it. Makes it a lot easier to remove for next oil change.
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It costs me between $21 and $24 (depending on the oil deals I can get) to perform my own full synthetic, oil and filter, versus on average about $65 at local shops, and that price is with a coupon in hand. I have never checked my dealer but I assume it would be even more. For my wife's Toyota Camry 4cyl I think the average or low cost conventional oil change at a local shop is $30 base price + disposal fee and tax, so like $34 and that is with coupon in hand. I don't believe that I would save much if I changed conventional oil on her car because of the cost of oil, but if full synthetic then it is at least a $40 savings each time.
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Oil filters should be hand tightened anyway.
These tools are great for removing filters that are either too tight, stuck, or in awkward places.

But a note about installation: Hand-tight is different for different people, so it's best to tighten with a torque wrench to the spec for your car (if available) or to the specifications that come with the filter, usually something like "3/4 turn past seal contact". If you can do that by hand, great, but the filter doesn't care if you use your hand or a tool to tighten it as long as you tighten it properly.
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These tools are great for removing filters that are either too tight, stuck, or in awkward places.

But a note about installation: Hand-tight is different for different people, so it's best to tighten with a torque wrench to the spec for your car (if available) or to the specifications that come with the filter, usually something like "3/4 turn past seal contact". If you can do that by hand, great, but the filter doesn't care if you use your hand or a tool to tighten it as long as you tighten it properly.
Great point, thanks!
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These tools are great for removing filters that are either too tight, stuck, or in awkward places.

But a note about installation: Hand-tight is different for different people, so it's best to tighten with a torque wrench to the spec for your car (if available) or to the specifications that come with the filter, usually something like "3/4 turn past seal contact". If you can do that by hand, great, but the filter doesn't care if you use your hand or a tool to tighten it as long as you tighten it properly.
Make sure you lube the o ring with oil before tightening it. Makes it a lot easier to remove for next oil change.
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damn bought this for $11 in nov 2017

use all the time though, i like doing my own oil and gettin all these slick oil/filter deals!
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Good design that actually works.
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Great find...I'm curious though, what is CCC?
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Hopefully this removes the 3" STP Filter I got at Autozone a while back where there was a SD for them with 5qts. None of my other wrenches fit it...
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Great item, been using one for almost a decade. Speaking of CCC, if you're on a Android phone download the app TryCamel and it'll do it for you automatically. When you're looking at a item, click on the share icon/button and then click TryCamel then BOOM!
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Make sure you lube the o ring with oil before tightening it. Makes it a lot easier to remove for next oil change.
Ive heard this but always wondered (having done a hundred or so oil changes on all manner of cars) how on earth do you get the old filter OFF without any oil getting onto the seal at that point? Where are these spotless oil seals that this tip is for? Cause i know for darn sure on all the cars i've seen, when the old filter comes off, theres plenty of oil eager to lube the seal real good.
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Ive heard this but always wondered (having done a hundred or so oil changes on all manner of cars) how on earth do you get the old filter OFF without any oil getting onto the seal at that point? Where are these spotless oil seals that this tip is for? Cause i know for darn sure on all the cars i've seen, when the old filter comes off, theres plenty of oil eager to lube the seal real good.
I know some people like to clean the oil filter mount. I occasionally do it.

But it's basically a precaution to pre-oil the o-ring. It's mainly lubrication for installing the oil filter without damaging the o-ring.
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