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Dec. 1 - 8, 2022 Pennzoil 5L synthetic oil various grades for $34.99 plus $15 rebate limit 2 per address = $24.55 all in

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DiscountRaja wrote: I would recommend getting an OEM filter from the dealer. For the vehicles I change oil on (Lexus and Mazda), the OEM filters from the dealer were actually cheaper than most filters sold elsewhere. And, if you plan on keeping the vehicle for awhile, you can ask if they will give you an extra 10-15% off if you buy multiple filters at one time. I have bought 10 at a time, and most recently 20 for my new car.

Regarding the crush washer, you can also buy those from the dealer. They are usually pretty cheap and then you don't have to worry about a mismatched size when you change oil. Or, buy 1 and take it to home depot or something and buy more there. And yes, it is good practice to change this every time you change oil. If you don't want to deal with the drain plug and crush washer, you can buy an EZ Oil Drain Valve (or Fumoto Drain Valve).
People using this EZ Oil Drain, no issues with leaks, or it accidentally getting bumped and losing all your oil? Very interesting product.
When I have gone into my local Honda dealer to buy crush washers, they usually just give me one, rather than doing up an invoice for a $1 part.
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jackass_ca wrote: People using this EZ Oil Drain, no issues with leaks, or it accidentally getting bumped and losing all your oil? Very interesting product.
When I have gone into my local Honda dealer to buy crush washers, they usually just give me one, rather than doing up an invoice for a $1 part.
I haven’t had any issue in 10 years so far. It has a locking valve and the “switch” that sticks out ended up threading up, towards the engine bay, in both cases.

Also, I basically get all the oil out, one vehicle is 5L on the money, the other is 4.5L on the money. Makes oil changes much easier with no mess from the drain plug. The only issue is that it takes a bit more time to drain, as the opening is smaller.

For the filter that is a spin on, I “crack” it first and then put a zip lock bag around it as I spin it off my hand. So, basically no mess from that either! The other filter is a cartridge filter, so that takes a bit more work, but it’s not all that messy either.
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Hellzhavoc wrote: My car’s owners manual recommends to change it every 6000km here in Canada and I drive on average 800km a week. I have some performance mods on my car with increased boost, so I do it a bit sooner around 5000km just to be safe. Better safe than sorry for me.
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Seems like the flyer promo ended yesterday? On CTs site it's back to 67 a jug.
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SizableSac wrote: Seems like the flyer promo ended yesterday? On CTs site it's back to 67 a jug.
CT Flyers start and end on Thursday. So yes it's over.
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jackass_ca wrote: People using this EZ Oil Drain, no issues with leaks, or it accidentally getting bumped and losing all your oil? Very interesting product.
When I have gone into my local Honda dealer to buy crush washers, they usually just give me one, rather than doing up an invoice for a $1 part.
I use the Fumoto on multiple cars, but I will say, I prefer to use them are cars with undertrays for obvious reason.
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vtec300 wrote: I usually use Fram Toughguard for our vehicles. If I go down to the States, I'll grab a few of Walmart Supertech oil filters as they are decent filters for the price. I inspect the crush washers and if they are deformed, I;d use a new one. If they look ok, then they are re-used. Honda/Acura dealerships charge a fortune for crush washers so I get my washers from Rockauto or Partsavatar when I make order for air filters, etc, as filler items.
Premium filters are super overrated.

Basically, you get 95% of the benefits of the best filter available just by having any filter.

The cost premium is just for that last 5% of filtration.

I'm all about getting the cheapest filters available for any non-performance car.
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vtec300 wrote: I usually use Fram Toughguard for our vehicles. If I go down to the States, I'll grab a few of Walmart Supertech oil filters as they are decent filters for the price. I inspect the crush washers and if they are deformed, I;d use a new one. If they look ok, then they are re-used. Honda/Acura dealerships charge a fortune for crush washers so I get my washers from Rockauto or Partsavatar when I make order for air filters, etc, as filler items.
souledge wrote: Premium filters are super overrated.

Basically, you get 95% of the benefits of the best filter available just by having any filter.

The cost premium is just for that last 5% of filtration.

I'm all about getting the cheapest filters available for any non-performance car.
I’m still working thru my stockpile of $3 TG7317 from this deal :lol:

Pennzoil + Fram Deals = $13 oil changes
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kiiaal wrote: I’m still working thru my stockpile of $3 TG7317 from this deal :lol:

Pennzoil + Fram Deals = $13 oil changes
Add $20 in labour and you don't even need to get dirty!
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Anyone having trouble submitting? Can't get past the upload complete page, both images are less then 5mb
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rEDSpider wrote: Anyone having trouble submitting? Can't get past the upload complete page, both images are less then 5mb
Nevermind went to through took like 5 minutes
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kiiaal wrote: I’m still working thru my stockpile of $3 TG7317 from this deal :lol:

Pennzoil + Fram Deals = $13 oil changes
I also stockpiled all I could find for my vehicle, I have 3 left I think
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Date Received 12/19/2022
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I chose to be paid out by PayPal but I haven't received anything... I'll have to call their 1-800 # after the holidays.
I provided them the email but in Email/Mail Date: on their part it was left blank...
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Kpon00 wrote: Date Received 12/19/2022
Status PROCESSED

I chose to be paid out by PayPal but I haven't received anything... I'll have to call their 1-800 # after the holidays.
I provided them the email but in Email/Mail Date: on their part it was left blank...
Mine still in process. But date received chance to 12/23/2022, before it was 12/02/2022 date of actual submission.
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Submitted for two 5l and the status shows only 1...perfect
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I submitted on Dec 1st. I had selected EMT for the funds. Website says it was mailed. :S

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