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Old 08-05-2020, 02:45 PM #16
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You're just jealous.
Damn straight! If I'm being completely honest, I'm envious of your wrench (did you buy one?).

I bet that baby would reduce my use time from 1 second to .75 seconds at least!
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Gotta appreciate a good tool like the AST. And they donít come cheap. I have the Motivx oil filter tool. I like that it has a 3/8 drive center plus the 27mm outer hex nut. I never have trouble with my own proper torqued filter housing, but itís great to have the 27mm option to break free a buddyís housing after a dealer oil change.
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Nothing to do with Castle Rock. Boulder just has a... reputation in Colorado. There's even a mention of "the People's Republic of Boulder" on the city wikipedia page.


Here's a link (not wikipedia)
TBF, Castle Rock is becoming a suburb of Denver... and that's not a good thing.
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TBF, Castle Rock is becoming a suburb of Denver... and that's not a good thing.
I was under the impression that it was always a suburb of Denver...

But yeah, the state as a whole seems to be going that direction.
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Mottivx is the only kind of filter wrench to buy. Plus you also want the Motivx oil filter drain tool and a Toyota or Dorman metal oil filter housing to replace the plastic one.

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I was under the impression that it was always a suburb of Denver...

But yeah, the state as a whole seems to be going that direction.
The mt west as a whole is going that direction...


Oh and this is the filter wrench I have/use, ASR filter wrench:

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... I'm envious of your wrench (did you buy one?)....
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One way or another, those Assenmacher tools will often macher an assen out of you.
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No sense in getting ripped off over an overpriced oil filter wrench. The MotivX oil filter wrenchl is the best tool on the market. However, if the oil filter housing isn't overtightened, the Wal-Mart wrench will do.

The Hyper Tough 64P-14 is available from Walmart for $4.67
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...The MotivX oil filter wrenchl is the best tool on the market....
It's sh'eet compared the Assenmacher.

If you use that MotivX thing you might begin to feel the need to try on ladies shoes at Walmart. I read about it happening on the internet.

And it's "wrench" not
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The Assenmacher oil filter wrench is a 3/8" drive only and I'm glad I didn't buy one because my oil filter housing was over-tight after the last oil change at a dealership. I was unable to break loose the plastic housing using a Motivx wrench and 3/8" flex handle breaker bar. I stepped up to a 1/2" drive 18" breaker bar and 27MM socket and still couldn't loosen the housing. I was finally able to loosen it when I added a cheater pipe giving me 30" of leverage and applied steadily increasing torque.

I probably applied 40-50 lbs force at 30 inches which equates to 100-125 ft-lbs of breakaway torque. I suspect the plastic housing o-ring was installed dry. I very much doubt the Assenmacher 3/8ths drive can handle that much torque.

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The Assenmacher oil filter wrench is a 3/8" drive only and I'm glad I didn't buy one because my oil filter housing was over-tight after the last oil change at a dealership. I was unable to break loose the plastic housing using a Motivx wrench and 3/8" flex handle breaker bar. I stepped up to a 1/2" drive 18" breaker bar and 27MM socket and still couldn't loosen the housing. I was finally able to loosen it when I added a cheater pipe giving me 30" of leverage and applied steadily increasing torque.

If you had used the Assenmacher 647LG you would have been able to remove the housing with a normal ratchet.
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Mottivx is the only kind of filter wrench to buy. Plus you also want the Motivx oil filter drain tool and a Toyota or Dorman metal oil filter housing to replace the plastic one.

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Does that hose work with the OEM filter canister?
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