Advanced Professional Oil Filter Remover Swivel Head 95mm-110mm £2 @ Halfords/ebay
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Advanced Professional Oil Filter Remover Swivel Head 95mm-110mm £2 @ Halfords/ebay

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Found 26th Apr
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Features & Benefits of Halfords Advanced Oil Filter Remover Swivel
180 degree swivel head
Suitable for use on oil filter sizes 95 mm to 110 mm
Allows access at difficult angles
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Or bang a screwdriver through it. I never do them up this tight to need one of these for this reason.
plus postage of £3.99!!!
£3.99 del, best do CaC local stor
flatlander4 m ago

plus postage of £3.99!!!


Free click n collect in store. Duh.
Not all stores though
antf8315 m ago

Or bang a screwdriver through it. I never do them up this tight to need …Or bang a screwdriver through it. I never do them up this tight to need one of these for this reason.



old school
Ordered for collection. Currentl have no urgent need but would like one in the garage and at that price... thanks for heads up. The screwdriver is great for the single use canisters but many cars have an outer plastic reusable which can be difficult with ratchets (particularly peugeots and citroens) Heat added
antf8334 m ago

Or bang a screwdriver through it. I never do them up this tight to need …Or bang a screwdriver through it. I never do them up this tight to need one of these for this reason.


Have a friend who did this on a bike, banged through the oil cooler too lol
Excellent OP, thanks very much
Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do it hand tight but always seem to need a pipe wrench to get it off. Having the proper tool available for a couple of quid is a good deal.
95mm seems quite big? I'm sure mine is only 80
aitchem11 m ago

Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do …Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do it hand tight but always seem to need a pipe wrench to get it off. Having the proper tool available for a couple of quid is a good deal.


yes i agree hand tight but heat seems to tighten them on same with car
Also good for getting stubborn lids off jars just a shame it's not big enough for those massive jars of yummy gerkins we like here at chez onlybreduced
aitchem45 m ago

Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do …Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do it hand tight but always seem to need a pipe wrench to get it off. Having the proper tool available for a couple of quid is a good deal.


If the filter is like a car one are you putting a bit oil round the seal before you put it on mate?
All the cars I do for family and friends I use the new oil to lube the new filter seal and put it hand tight, never had an issue the new year removing it.
Just bought a little 206 GTi 180 as a clean up and the filter on that doesn't look like it had been changed for years, for the sake of £20 its well worth and oil snd filter change each year.
No idea what this is for
craigbob15 m ago

No idea what this is for


The clue is in the title.
A big jubilee clip's better than this sort of wrench, especially if space is restricted.
aitchem3 h, 21 m ago

Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do …Hot. I change the filter on my motorbike at least once a year and only do it hand tight but always seem to need a pipe wrench to get it off. Having the proper tool available for a couple of quid is a good deal.


Just so you know it is too big for the oil filters on a bike, unfortunately
Toon_army7 h, 9 m ago

If the filter is like a car one are you putting a bit oil round the seal …If the filter is like a car one are you putting a bit oil round the seal before you put it on mate?All the cars I do for family and friends I use the new oil to lube the new filter seal and put it hand tight, never had an issue the new year removing it.Just bought a little 206 GTi 180 as a clean up and the filter on that doesn't look like it had been changed for years, for the sake of £20 its well worth and oil snd filter change each year.


Yes
JamieBeveridge12 h, 5 m ago

Ordered for collection. Currentl have no urgent need but would like one in …Ordered for collection. Currentl have no urgent need but would like one in the garage and at that price... thanks for heads up. The screwdriver is great for the single use canisters but many cars have an outer plastic reusable which can be difficult with ratchets (particularly peugeots and citroens) Heat added


The outer plastic should have a nut shape at the end, you need a pug tool to get to it tho (about 12 quid on eBay).
jumpinoffthbed2 m ago

The outer plastic should have a nut shape at the end, you need a pug tool …The outer plastic should have a nut shape at the end, you need a pug tool to get to it tho (about 12 quid on eBay).


MK4 Mondeo has, 32mm. Merc CLK doesn't, I use a chain filter remover for that, I'll use this for a focus.
Or use as a sex aid 😗😗😗😗
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Cheers OP worth having in ya tool box for this price
I have the laser one, bought from Amazon for £6. I couldn't get my filter off my Mazda 6 one time. It's right at the back of the engine and in the middle of the block and extremely difficult to get a hand on it. No chance with 2 hands. I broke my 20 year old strap filter and bought a chain one which was useless due to the location of the filter. Got it in the end and then immediately bought this type. So much easier to use and can loosen the filter in no time. The chain filter will never see light of day for this car. Oh and I always just tighten my filters by hand and I don't do weighs lol. I didn't need one of these for 30 years of changing my oil but having one of these may just come in handy one day. This is the one I bought and better than the one posted as it does 65mm to 105mm.

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Edited by: "Smartguy1" 27th Apr
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Smartguy14 h, 11 m ago

I have the laser one, bought from Amazon for £6. I couldn't get my filter …I have the laser one, bought from Amazon for £6. I couldn't get my filter off my Mazda 6 one time. It's right at the back of the engine and in the middle of the block and extremely difficult to get a hand on it. No chance with 2 hands. I broke my 20 year old strap filter and bought a chain one which was useless due to the location of the filter. Got it in the end and then immediately bought this type. So much easier to use and can loosen the filter in no time. The chain filter will never see light of day for this car. Oh and I always just tighten my filters by hand and I don't do weighs lol. I didn't need one of these for 30 years of changing my oil but having one of these may just come in handy one day. This is the one I bought and better than the one posted as it does 65mm to 105mm.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B003AMVZWC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Exactly the situation where a big jubilee clip is brilliant, even to the point of installing a filter with the jubilee clip already mounted on the filter. Hand tightened filters have a habit of getting tighter when you try to remove them, but the protrusion provided by the screw head on a jubilee clip will usually give you enough extra purchase to twist the filter loose.
Many filter wrenches don't fit modern small filters. the jubilee clip's never failed me.
taker92026th Apr

95mm seems quite big? I'm sure mine is only 80

Are you referring size of this tool or your own tool that you keep in ya pants
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Disappointing order cancelled on day of collection can't win them all I suppose
deleted1760022nd May

Disappointing order cancelled on day of collection can't win them all I …Disappointing order cancelled on day of collection can't win them all I suppose


Same here.
waste of time
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