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Re: Changing Oil - an easier way?

Originally Posted by MarkofSeaLife View Post
I have the same problem and can't afford the $97 Westmarine one pictured above.

But this week on the dreaded oil change I decided to run the engine for thirty minutes instead of fifteen I normally do to warm the oild.

After thrity minutes the oil is quite hot and much easier to pump than the usual warm.

But the $97 looks good... Lol
You can get it cheaper at Amazon. This was the exact same one I saw in WestMarine. It is just fantastic for boat oil changes. I use it for my cars now as crawling under the oil pan was getting annoying. Super fast, really is a great reliable item. Well worth it!!!! Free shipping with Super Savor shipping (UPS Ground) and is a Prime shipping item.


Additionally I use it for changing lube in my saildrive. It sucks cold 90 weight oil out of the saildrive lickity split. Well beyond my expectations.

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