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What are you guys doing all your old oil?

Old 08-24-2017, 03:51 PM
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My used oil container is starting to get full so I need to find some place to take it. Can I take it to any mechanic or do I have to take it some place specific?
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My mechanic recycles it, so I take it there. There are also recycling facilities that I could take them.
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Advance and Autozone will take it.
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so will walmart
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Originally Posted by 2000J25SP View Post
Advance and Autozone will take it.
I do this.



On the topic of oil containment, I had to search online to find a good one. The round pans always leaked out the drain side, didn't have enough capacity, and not enough catch surface. (primarily for my truck when I had it) I found this one online and love it!!!! I can do 3 changes before having to drain it. Another great feature is that it can stand up during storage and not take up so much floor space.

https://www.oilfiltersonline.com/15-...ategory_id=146
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