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[Princess Auto] 15 Litre Oil Drain Pan Save 60% $8.99

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Jul 3, 2017
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[Princess Auto] 15 Litre Oil Drain Pan Save 60% $8.99

PA has this oil drain pan on sale again from July 20-Aug 1/21.

I have used it since last year for various vehicle oil changes and it works well with little mess. I don't have to be too accurate about oil flow projection after oil plug removal as it's pretty big. 15L is ample capacity for most vehicles and the built in spout works well to transfer to old oil jugs for proper disposal.

I wish it came in other colours for coolant changes.

SKU 8006588
Package (L x W x H) 22.7 x 18.5 x 6 in.
Weight 2.2 lbs
Colour/Finish Black
Capacity 15 litres
Funnel Size (in.) 22.91 x 18.58 x 6.14
Overall Height (in.) 6.14
Overall Width (in.) 18.58
Material Polypropylene
Packaging (qty) 1
Overall Length (in.) 22.91
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Aug 4, 2005
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Brampton
Thanks. Was waiting for this
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Jan 28, 2005
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Scarborough
I bought it last year and the spout is amazing and makes it easy to transfer oil. I had an oil pan without a spout before and I would always spill some while transferring to an old jug no matter how careful I was.
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Aug 30, 2020
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YEG/YYZ
Deal is ice cold, was $7.99 a year ago

J/k, this is a solid drain pan. No gimmicks.
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Jun 10, 2020
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.. Where do you dispose of your oil?? (Hopefully properly and legally,..)
Smaller town here... curious.
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Jan 1, 2021
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DasHip wrote: .. Where do you dispose of your oil?? (Hopefully properly and legally,..)
Smaller town here... curious.
We drop it off at local waste management site.
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Oct 29, 2004
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No place to price match? No PA near me and shipping is $10.
I miss the free shipping during covid..Loudly Crying Face
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Jun 12, 2018
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Ontario
Used this for over 5 years with no problems. Drained 8L of oil in it from two cars back to back on Saturday. It's almost a bit too big to be honest - meaning once in place there's less area under the car to work and more area in the pan to wipe oil from once you transfer it out. Still a good price.
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Oct 15, 2020
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montreal, QC
DasHip wrote: .. Where do you dispose of your oil?? (Hopefully properly and legally,..)
Smaller town here... curious.
Costco if you have one close by and they have a garage
Is this thing on?
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Feb 11, 2005
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stevo88 wrote: Used this for over 5 years with no problems. Drained 8L of oil in it from two cars back to back on Saturday. It's almost a bit too big to be honest - meaning once in place there's less area under the car to work and more area in the pan to wipe oil from once you transfer it out. Still a good price.
That's the problem I had with mine. Other than that, much better build quality than my crappy tire one. I'm sure there's a reason for it but would've liked the spout to point the opposite direction for when pouring the oil from the pan back into containers.
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May 7, 2015
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Newmarket
Been waiting for this as well! Thanks!
Member
Feb 7, 2017
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DasHip wrote: .. Where do you dispose of your oil?? (Hopefully properly and legally,..)
Smaller town here... curious.
1) Take it to a Community Environmental Day event (GTA) or to your local household hazardous waste (also in link below)
2) If you are in the GTA, order a toxic taxi once you have enough litres to come pick it up for free.
https://www.toronto.ca/311/knowledgebas ... ck-up.html
3) Bring it to any auto mechanic shop that accepts used oil (For example, some Canadian Tire accept it).
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Feb 1, 2012
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Markham
o4komodo wrote: Canadian Tire usually takes it.

Possibly varies per store. Mine no longer takes it, I now have to drop off at local waste centres
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Feb 8, 2020
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Toshiii129 wrote: Possibly varies per store. Mine no longer takes it, I now have to drop off at local waste centres
Didn't realize that. That's good to know though.
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Feb 18, 2007
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Vancouver
DasHip wrote: .. Where do you dispose of your oil?? (Hopefully properly and legally,..)
Smaller town here... curious.
I pour it down the nearest sewer grate, especially the ones with a fish symbol on it
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Feb 18, 2007
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Vancouver
Toshiii129 wrote: Possibly varies per store. Mine no longer takes it, I now have to drop off at local waste centres
Almost no auto places, indpendent or chains take oil anymore. Too much of a hassle for them.

You can only take them to centers now
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Oct 2, 2018
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Toronto
I bought this a few years ba k, very solid can highly recommend.

Sadly getting too old to climb under the car for oil changes....I do however use it to drain the oil out of my snowblower and lawnmower.
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