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Both of mine do that. It makes changing fuel filters a real hoot, while you getting about 1/2 of one click on a ratchet trying to screw those things in, you are at least get the pleasure of an ongoing shower of diesel to keep you cool and motivated.
Actually though, my fleet mechanic found a new way to put them in with about 5 feet of socket extensions to get the ratchet end back past the cross member, so you can get a real turn on the ratchet. I had been doing it the hard way. Or the "fun" way, as I like to tell my self.
Eli Benson - EMT, Ambulance Mechanic
'08 F350 Dually KR - Spartan'd
'07 F250 CC SB 4x4 XLT - SCT /w Innovative Tunes
4 '09 & '10 E350 6.0l ambulances
1 '08 Duramax 6.6 (LMM) van ambulance