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Found this on, of all places, Wal-Mart site. a little pricey but no mess and you can pump the used stuff back in to the jug or 5 gal pail etc.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Biltek-Portable-Oil-Drain-Pan-with-Crank-Pump-15-Gallon-Low-Profile-Oil-Change-Pan-for-Cars-Trucks-SUVs-etc/983658399

I rigged mine with a extra hose so I can use the pump to pump the new oil from the 5 gal pail to the engine. Work smarter not harder.

Cliff

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Reduced from $386 to $190.  Makes you wonder why such a huge reduction. 

Still, I may buy one . . . . after I make a mess changing my oil. 🤣

- bob

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An Amazon reviewer says its not that big...

"I'm giving 3 stars because Amazon is great, and was fast delivery, but the item itself was not as expected, it was actually a lot smaller than what it says ,it says 15 gallon , but that's not true, so we had to return the item, my husband was very disappointed, we had to pay for returning it, so that sucks."

 

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These do look pretty nice, but they're rather pricey, and will take up a lot of storage space.
I have a large plastic tub from Tractor supply that I bought to fit between the rails of my 4 post lift.
Works great for servicing automatic transmissions, and should be handy for coach oil changes as well.

The nice part is, I drilled a hole in the lip and hang it on the wall for storage.

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On 3/21/2022 at 11:59 AM, CLIFF918 said:

Found this on, of all places, Wal-Mart site. a little pricey but no mess and you can pump the used stuff back in to the jug or 5 gal pail etc.

Nice. I sure wish my neighbor had one so I could borrow it for my annual oil change. 
 

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4 hours ago, wamcneil said:

Loan me your oil drain pan. I will renew your faith in tool-moochers! 😬

Come & take it.  LOL   Image result for early mexican cannon

If you live in Tex you are familiar with that slogan.

 https://www.texasmonthly.com/the-daily-post/great-texas-come-take-controversy/#:~:text=Gonzales’s claim on “come and take it” goes,in 1831 to protect them from Native Americans.

Anyway you prolly already possess what I use, it's the same as what Bob uses. I'll borrow his picture, hope it's ok to do that.

Yes you can borrow my tub anytime.     👇🏼       It looks like borrowed his from someone named Peebles.   😁

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1 hour ago, Ray Davis said:

Come & take it.  LOL   Image result for early mexican cannon

If you live in Tex you are familiar with that slogan.

 https://www.texasmonthly.com/the-daily-post/great-texas-come-take-controversy/#:~:text=Gonzales’s claim on “come and take it” goes,in 1831 to protect them from Native Americans.

Anyway you prolly already possess what I use, it's the same as what Bob uses. I'll borrow his picture, hope it's ok to do that.

Yes you can borrow my tub anytime.     👇🏼       It looks like borrowed his from someone named Peebles.   😁

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This was what we weighed the hay in for our first Jersey cow. Now that the cows are gone it get used for other things. The reason for the names is so when we had people taking care of them while they were gone they would know who got what. Each cow had different needs. 

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1 hour ago, wamcneil said:

That's funny. I was in Gonzales just last week!

I love history, museums and nostalgic things.

Tex history is great, at least I think it is.  There is a museum on the capital grounds that I enjoyed especially the story of how they financed the capital building.

Real wild west stuff.    https://tspb.texas.gov/prop/tc/tc-history/history/index.html

https://texoso66.com/2016/09/29/xit-ranch/

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