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Valid point. Considering I can get a 5 gal bucket under there with room to spare, it’s got a lot of clearance. I’d be more worried if I wheeled in the woods, kicking up branches and ****.
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I'm happy with my fumoto valve too.
My truck has/is never seeing anything more than a Forest Service fire road and can also get a 5gal bucket under for oil changes. If something is able to knock the valve off mine, I have really F-ed Up and probably would have probably turned around before that.
I changed the oil last night and kept having to rethink my steps because it was almost too easy. Tools required: screw driver and hammer to drain the filter. Strap wrench to remove it. 5 gal bucket to drain it all into. Funnel and 4 jugs of oil.
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2001 Ford F-250 SD CCSB 7.3 PSD - AIS Intake, Zoodad,
MBRP 4" XP Series Exhaust w/ Muffler, HD4R100, 26 row Trans Cooler, Fumoto Valve,
285/75R16E BFG AT KO, Pioneer AVIC-Z130BT Nav, BOYO VLT-422C Back Up Camera,
Scangauge II, Glowshift 3 Gauge Pod (EGT,TFT,Boost), PHP FU Chip, Huskyliners, Huskyliner Mud Flaps, Warn Premium Hubs, Riffraff Boots/Clamps/inserts
Dyno'd at Mo's Speed Shop 11/3/12 - 307rwhp / 651rw ft-lbs <<<--- On PHP 120Race tune