Here's a trick I learned and previously posted here years ago:
Remove the oil fill cap under the hood and put the hose of your shop vac over it & turn the vac on. No, you are NOT going to vaccuum oil out of the engine. 'Just putting a little negative pressure (vaccuum) on the internals which won't hurt a thing. Have a catch pan in place just in case & remove the drain plug. At this point no oil should drain out, but you should hear air bubbling up through the oil which still won't hurt a thing. Go back up top and remove the shop vac hose from the oil fill tube and the oil will drain normally. You have just avoided the dreaded "oil bath".
My 6.7 hasn't been delivered yet so I haven't done an oil change on one of these yet, but it seems to me that this shop vac trick should also work for removing the filter without a mess. Maybe someone will give it a try & let us know how it works.
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