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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Heres a Channellock that's on Amazon.com, its made in America, so you will be proud of it . I love American made tools the foreign stuff just doesn't cut it.. This also has a lifetime warranty, so it will last you a long time!

    Channellock 212 4-1/4-Inch Jaw Capacity Plier for Oil Filters PVC and Sink Strainers - Amazon.com

    Filter sizes, 2 3/4" - 4 1/4"

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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Thanks Edward, I was actually looking at that one. You guys would have loved to see the oily mess I made with my "puctuation" earlier today.

    The embarrassing time I had with the brand new Lincoln grease gun will have to simmer awhile before public humiliation.
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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Some people, actually puncture their filters! Because they don't want oil on their vehicles, but its nonsense, its going to get everywhere no matter what! Your never going to do a oil change and not get one drop of oil on your vehicle.

    I have a strap oil filter wrench, and one of the claw ones that I showed you but KD Tools makes it, this is what I have http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...0066&ppt=C0164

    The Channellock and KD Tools Oil filter wrench are both good.

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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    I punctured the helllll outta this one after I drained what I could. Most of the dribble went on the ground (don't tell the EPA )
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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Buy this wrench from Harbor Freight and it may be the last filter wrench you'll ever need. I love mine.
    Jim


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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Thanks Jim, I'll take a look.
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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Just bought the pliers. They worked great. I am no longer a strap wrench guy. Thanks for the suggestions.

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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    Buy this wrench from Harbor Freight and it may be the last filter wrench you'll ever need. I love mine.
    have you had any probs with it crushing filters?

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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    The pliers I bought yesterday definitely created a deeper indentation into the filter. So what? This is an old filter I am going to throw out anyway. Why would I care that the filter is crushed by the pliers? I can understand why I would care on the way on, but as per instructions I only hand tighten on the way on. On the way off, the only reason I don't just jam a screwdriver through the filter to get more leverage is because of the mess that makes. What am I missing? Thanks for any info.

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    Default Re: Oil filter wrench for D130 mower?

    I had issues getting an oil filter off of a car years ago. My dad drove a screwdriver in one side and out the other and used the screwdriver as a lever. Came right off.

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