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Thanks, But I Meant My Oilpan Drain Plug Wouldn't Come Off

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Posted by Whittier on July 29, 2002 21:22:33 UTC

It was terrible. I was lying in grass without a shirt, stripping the hexagonal edges of my oil drain plug. Already replaced the filter. Shoulda had the shop do it and woulda, too!

Ants crawling on me. Wind blowing 25+ steadily.
Just came back with metric sockets and a channel lock tool which might fit the oddly twisted plug now...I don't remember if there's something special about oil drain plugs...where the threads are opposite the usual?
Along with being a writer and artist with no office or studio, this means my paperflow is
like something out of
Fantasia! And I'm Mickey Mouse!

Will search for that online in a minute

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