What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Yeah, that’s how I do it, but it still sucks. It’s a tight fit, and if you’ve had them on for a while and packed full of grease it’s like trying to catch a greased pig....🤣
Oh yeah, you already had rcv axles when you recently swapped knuckles.

I'll be doing them together, so hopefully I won't have to open it up again.

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Oh yeah, you already had rcv axles when you recently swapped knuckles.

I'll be doing them together, so hopefully I won't have to open it up again.

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After re-installing your RCV axles ......:)

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That great! Do you just suck it out of the dip stick? Does it get all of it out?
Yes indeed. You need an air compressor though. I bought this when I was driving alot for a job I had. I put a filter relocation kit on a little pickup I had and used this because I had frequent changes with all the miles. Comes with a variety of ends but basically a stiff plastic tube goes right in the district tube. Like a catheter for the Jeep!

Got this one at Harbor freight years ago. Got a little more expensive but really it is the cost of three oil changes. They make cheaper manual ones but I dont know how well they work.

I buy Costco full synthetic (made by Warren) for $12/5quart jug and get filters from Amazon. $20 for an oil change is not bad.

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Yes indeed. You need an air compressor though. I bought this when I was driving alot for a job I had. I put a filter relocation kit on a little pickup I had and used this because I had frequent changes with all the miles. Comes with a variety of ends but basically a stiff plastic tube goes right in the district tube. Like a catheter for the Jeep!

Got this one at Harbor freight years ago. Got a little more expensive but really it is the cost of three oil changes. They make cheaper manual ones but I dont know how well they work.

I buy Costco full synthetic (made by Warren) for $12/5quart jug and get filters from Amazon. $20 for an oil change is not bad.

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Sweet looks like it will hold a couple of oil changes. Thanks
 
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