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Lisle 63600 Oil Filter Tool

by Lisle
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  • Removes all oil filters from 2-1/2 inch to 3-1/8 inch in diameter
  • This extra large range enables this wrench to fit most of all import car filters plus the common 3 inch domestic car filters
  • Steel jaws grip filter without slipping
  • Works in tight spots from the front of the filter using 3/8 inch drive
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Lisle 63600 Oil Filter Tool + Lisle 63250 Wide Range Filter Wrench + Lisle 17942 Black Pan - 4.5 Gallon Capacity
Price for all three: $43.15

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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLisle
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.2 x 4.8 x 2 inches
Item model number63600
Manufacturer Part Number63600
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002SR4Q8
Best Sellers Rank #743 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

Removes all oil filters from 2-1/2 inch to 3-1/8 inch in diameter. This extra large range enables this wrench to fit most of all import car filters plus the common 3 inch domestic car filters. Steel jaws grip filter without slipping. Works in tight spots from the front of the filter using 3/8 inch drive.

Customer Reviews

This tool is very nice quality and in my opinion a very good design.
Pen Name
This oil filter wrench works great for removing oil filters, especially filters in weird locations.
Matthew M. Finnesgard
The more you turn this tool, the tighter it will grip so no oil filter can stand up to it.
kevin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By J. Co on July 22, 2008
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I've done many oil changes, from using those plastic so called "specific ones" to metal straps, to using a screwdriver. I've even used the 3 prong ones, they didn't work as well as this bad boy. I have a new car ready for its first oil change and the factory puts them on tight. The three prong ones didn't move it at all. This thing grabbed it and was out immediately. Most times you don't even need the wrench, only if it was installed really tight.

Don't spend your money on specific sized wrenches, especially the plastic ones. Filters vary by manufacturers of the filters, not the car. The ones that specify car makes are usually the OEM ones, not aftermarket filters.

This is in reference to the review before mine. The wrench is mainly for removal of the filter, not installing. You technically don't need to tighten the filter so much that you lock it, it's not necessary. They make the gaskets in the filters thick, it compresses enough that you don't need it super tight. I would suggest tightening it and then loosen it 1/8 to 1/4 turn.

FYI. Most of the people at those parts store don't know much, not saying all, but most. Just because they've never seen such a tool like this, doesn't mean it's bad. Get the info from the people that have actually done an oil change.
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Tom H. on March 5, 2007
This is a great oil filter wrench. It fits almost all passenger car filters and most smaller trucks. You have to have a 3/8" drive ratchet to use with it. You may need a ratchet extension as well, depending on your oil filter location.

The two pieces that grip the filter are connected with a spring. You pull them apart with your hands, put the wrench on the filter and the spring will pull the pieces into the filter. Hook up your ratchet and loosen, the wrench bites into the filter right away. Easy.

This wrench is for filter removal only. ALWAYS TIGHTEN NEW OIL FILTER BY HAND. NEVER TIGHTEN WITH A WRENCH.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David M. Campilii on December 31, 2009
I purchased this wrench and the similar Lisle 63250 Wide Range Oil Filter wrench (for larger filters). I can report that they are both well made, and they both work really well at removing stuck-on oil filters where you only have an "end view" of the filter.
Here are some specific likes:
1) The two jaws, each with two biting "teeth", grip the filters tightly. I put my "three finger" style wrenches (which don't grip nearly as well)into the recycling bin after using this wrench for the first time.
2) The jaws are spring loaded, which holds the wrench in place on the filter while you get in position to turn the ratchet. A nice feature.
3) The harder you turn, the tighter it grips. You may dent the end of the filter a little, but the filter will break free.
4) Between the two wrenches, they cover every size from small lawn tractor filters up through automotive and truck (F350 etc)filters. You don't need a large collection of "cup style" filters. I put a few of these in the recycling bin as well after using this wrench for the first time.

Lisle has solved the oil filter removal issue with these wrenches.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By W. Chin on May 17, 2008
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This is a very high quality wrench made of very sturdy steel. It is compact and fits in tight spaces. All you need to do is attach it to a socket wrench, put it over the oil filter and turn. It grips the oil filter very well. I'm confident that this could be the last oil filter wrench I ever need to buy.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By boyscouT on October 31, 2010
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I do most of my car's maintenance on my own. Oil changes, filter changes, tire rotations, brake checks, etc.

Unfortunately one time I was unable to do the oil & oil filter change myself and took it to my dealer.

Fast forward 6,000 miles and it was time to change the oil again. Everything goes smoothly as planned, until I get to the part where I have to change the filter. For some reason, the previous tech at the dealer must have had a bad day because he screwed on the filter so tight I could not get it loose no matter what I did or tried. It was on so tight, I had to leave it on.

Another 6,000 miles go by and this time I came with a filter wrench from Autozone. BIG MISTAKE! The thing was a piece of crap and didn't make the filter unscrew an inch.

ANOTHER 6,000 miles go by and I see the maintenance light go on. I think to myself "oh crap, how am I gonna get the filter off this time?" Well I browsed Amazon and I found this little gem. I promptly ordered it and with Amazon Prime I received it in 2 days.

MY PRAYERS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED. This filter wrench did the trick in SECONDS. I literally shed a tear as I saw how effortlessly this thing removed my filter.

THANK YOU LISLE AND AMAZON!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 15, 2011
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I was disappointed when I found the location of the oil filter in my Toyota Highlander. The filter was in a location that it was nearly impossible to get enough force to turn it to take it off for an oil change. Luckily, I researched on amazon and found this awesome item. This wrench hooks up to a rachet and will easily remove an oil filter even in those hard to reach locations. The key is that this wrench gets tighter and tighter as it is turned and will dig into the filter allowing for enough of a grip to turn it easily.

I found this to be helpful as well when I changed the oil on my Yamaha FZ1 motorcycle for the first time. I would not have been able to get the factory oil filter off without the wrench because not only was the filter on really tight, but it was also in a small, hard to reach location.

Highly recommended!
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