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Well technically my buddy is. Anyhow, I let him change my oil cause he was doing his bike and he said he would knock mine out at the same time for free. I was stuck at work, so what the hell, sure...

Idiot overtightened the drain bolt and gave me this pretty little thing...

Anybody have a 2005 oil pan they want to sell?
 

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5/8/10 - NES BBQ V
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Well technically my buddy is. Anyhow, I let him change my oil cause he was doing his bike and he said he would knock mine out at the same time for free. I was stuck at work, so what the hell, sure...

Idiot overtightened the drain bolt and gave me this pretty little thing...

Anybody have a 2005 oil pan they want to sell?
Jesus christ. Did he stand on the friggin wrench?
 

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Spend ALL the monies!
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holy shit - did you have the terminator change your oil?
 

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5/8/10 - NES BBQ V
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I bet he beat that damn wrench with a hammer to make sure it was "good and tight"!:dunce::dunce::dunce:
Can you post more, your avatar makes me smile.
 

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^^^+1

sorry about the oil pan. Hope you get one soon!
 

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Ouch. Apparenting there are still people in the world who insist on using an impact to "snug" up the bolt.
 

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He has pictures posted on this forum that are larger :secret
You're going to need to post more information. where? And being at work right now is the worst thing that can happen to me.
 

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Just so you know the amount of torque for the oil drain bolt is 31lbs, no more.

Oil filter should be 12lbs of torque
 
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