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Old 01-30-2013, 05:07 PM   #30
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As I understand it, the accepted best practice is to drain oil hot -- while contaminates are suspended in the fluid. That way most of the contaminates are expelled with the oil.

To wait for particulate to settle out of oil you're about to drain seems misguided.
The laws of the road are superseded by the laws of physics.

"But I had the right of way!" makes a pretty crappy epitaph.
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