Join Date: Nov 2007
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Haven't heard of the oil changeing problems you mention. Take this from a guy who has to change the oil in two marine engines via the dipstick tube, its not alot of fun to suck up 6 qts from each engine let alone 13 from one. I think draining the oil out the bottom thru the drain plug is superior in that it gets all the sediments that could get left behind by a suction pump. On my marine engines, the dipstick tube attaches where the oil drain plug would normally be, so I am in effect sucking from the bottom of the sump. I don't think you could do a thorough job on our truck engines with a pump alone.
2012 F550XL 19,500gvw, Oxford White/Steel interior, 6.7psd, Stainless simuators, Sync, 16Ft Morgan body, Waltco tuckaway 2500 lift gate.
2011 F250 CC Lariat Ultimate, Royal Red/Pale Adobe, 18" wheels, 3.31 locker, 172"WB factory Nav/Sync,etc.
Also have a 1997 F450 7.3 XLT with 14' box, Hypertech programmer
1987 F350 6.9 Banks Sidewinder, 12' box
Still going at 200K+
Traded:08 F250 CC 4x4 Lariat, 172"WB
Traded:01 F350 CC 4x4 Lariat, 172"WB