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Just take of the old one and put the new one on. It will be a mess no matter what you do. I poke a hole in the bottom of the filter with it on the truck and let it drain. Do this after you have loosened it just slightly. That way you know you will be able to get the filter off once it has a hole in it. Once drained it isnt such a mess when taking the filter off. I just use a 16-penny nail.
I always pre-fill the new filter with oil within about on inch from the top, less air and faster to get oil pressure. Does it do any good, I dont really know...
'00 F350 Supercrewzer Lariet, PSD, Auto, 3.73, CC, 4x4, SWB, SRW, 6-pos Chip, 6637 filter, 4-inch turbo back exhaust, Garrett 38r w/ high flow outlet, ITP overboost eliminator, AIH delete, Adrenaline HPOP, BTS Trans, Swamps IDM, In-tank & Pre-Pump mod, Heater Valve mod, X-car Sound Pannel mod, Train Horns / Packages: Trailer Tow, Camper, Off-Road. Overhead monitor DVD/TV/VCR (VCR under rear seat w/ 6 CD changer)
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(Offroad riding in California)