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Hi all

My ford manual reccomends either 5-30w or 10-40w well as i workj in a parts dept for renault i can get oil ELF SOLARIS DPF OR COMP ELF STUFF dirt cheap i was going to put 5-30w in it as its a lot thinner isn't it than 10-40w which i normally give out for diesels also any ideas how much a tool for oil filter removal is



p.s the squeek is still here but i got a few methods first
5/30 is recomended so i would stick to it knowing now sensitive ford engines are to wrong viscosity,removal tools are various prices depending what you require e.g strap, chain, pliers, socket ect but remember you get what you pay for
Well im feeling more a wrench havnt really used a chain before pliers sound good but wrench i would say is safest and also there like only 8 odd chains are like 5 and pliers like 6

the best that i have used is the draper three legged remover around 8
Want to hear best price lads

13.90 inc vat castrol 5-30w oil from ford to me got 50%off and tradediscount
other parts

Oil filter 2.74

Sump & Washer 4.00

plugs -- i will get a price tmra

IAC Valve 42.07

All prices above ex VAT Price below Includes VAT (Dont you just hate the tax man)



How about them prices pretty decent in all

So does that mean you can get parts for us members at your discounted rate? :P
well i spose so if you need anything let me know i can get the parts for you

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