I changed my oil this weekend and I wanted share what I used. I noticed several people posted they had issues taking their filters off in the past. I have several different types of wrenches, (chain, 3-prong collapsible, slip collar, big channel locks - I've tried them all) This is hands down the best I've used for VW/Audi filters. If your car has a factory hard to remove filter this is the tool you need. It has never failed...
- "A free society is a place where it's safe to be unpopular."
'Adlai Stevenson -
I said goodbye to Audi, then I said goodbye to BMW - now I have a daily driver named Civic and now all I want to do is ride my motorcycle!
Check out my StraightFocus.com website - with a link to my blog and another to my photo album on Picasaweb!
whats wrong with stabbing a screwdriver thru the filter? ; )
"So your reasoning here (sorry about being off topic but this demands further discussion) is that if you have a pole in house, it will attract pole dancers. Have there been any studies on this, could it really work? My God, could it really work?"
Current: 2005 Lotus Elise, Chrome Orange/Black, Sport Package, Von Hep exhaust, rear panel delete, micro-mirror, back window tint, de-snorkeled, high flow filter, Sector 111 Katana supercharger/Gotham tuned ECU by CharlieX, Sector 111 harness bar, Schroth Profi II ASM 4 point harness---240hp, 1,950lbs.
Previous, but will always miss:
2002 1.8T 225 TTQC Black/Aviator
2007 A3 2.0T Brilliant Red/Black
*I am not responsible for the recent yeti sightings outside the Vatican, or for the unfortunate enslavement of the Keebler employees by a rogue hamster insurrectionist group. Furthermore, I am not responsible for the loss of any of the following, which may occur as the result of exposing one's self to the dogmatic and dangerously subversive statements made by me: life, limb, vision, Francois Mitterand, Aunt Mildred, citizenship, spleen, bedrock, cloves, I Love Lucy reruns.*