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Old 01-28-2008, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by MDH33 View Post
Puncture the top to allow air in. The filter should drain of most of it's oil.
Really? I'll try that. I've actually had filters on so tight that the only way to get one off was to drive a screwdriver clean through for leverage to get it off. Now THAT makes a mell of a hess

I'll add to this putting absorbent matt directly under the filter like Ige suggested as well and see what happens .

Good point Bill on insuring the filter is going to come off for sure first - like insuring you can get the fill plug on a diff off before pulling the drain plug

Now, Root's suggestion...well, um
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