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Old 04-30-2010, 03:22 PM
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Change my own oil for the first time.

Yup finally got around to doing it myself, never did it before because I always had free changes from the dealers. Well enter my new (old)truck. I thought it would have been expensive going to have it changed, so I figured I give it a go. $230 later its complete. Called a friend for some part numbers I didn't have. So I went and picked up my fram oil filter, motorcraft fuel filter and 4 gallons of Royal Purple High Perf. 15w-40. Man way easier than I thought. But I did manage to drop the old oil filter into the bucket full of dirty oil. Does old oil have any medicinal skin purposes?

One more thing I knew I could do myself, and now know I can. Next up foil delete .
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Old 04-30-2010, 03:27 PM
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Dang $230???? I dont know exactly what i pay but its not any where close to that! And id only run a motorcraft oil filter. Just personal opninion.
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first of all, i wouldnt put a fram filter on anything i own. even a pos car. they're a joke.
two how the hell did you spend that much money.
three thats some over kill oil but if you can afford that go for it.
i only run motorcraft or mobil1 oil filters and wix or motorcraft fuel filters. IMO.
oil right now i have motorcraft. its simple n cheap.
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whoa, I will stick to my 50 dollar oil change........
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Yeah, i dont think i pay but about 75 for it all. Even Rotella synthetic is only like $20 per gallon, thats 80 plus a filter!
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whoa, I will stick to my 50 dollar oil change........
seriously.
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i spend like 70 at most for my oil changes. motocraft oil filter and a 5 gallon bucket of rotella T from TSC
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I think I'll keep paying $83.00 to have someone else change it.
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Old 04-30-2010, 05:36 PM
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seriously.
yeap, 50 bucks and takes like 20 min to do while multi tasking....
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Man I thought $70 was high. You know whats worse than dropping the filter in is, when you drop the plug in there and forget where it went for 30 mins.
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