The chevvy got tugged to the levy.
Those yank trucks can pull some serious weight, there are loads of video's on youtube. The one giving the tug will more than likely be running a 6.9 Cummins turbo diesel.
Well after cooking for 10+ the last two years I can't be bothered this year. It it my 1st Christmas in my house with the Mrs so booked in at the indian down the road. Will just make sure we both drink enough so neither of us can drive to the outlaws.
Boxing day I am trying to get out of...
You can get the tool from Halfords, IIRC they are made by Laser tools. If you have a mate with a trade card take him down.
I would be using 0w-40 Turbo Diesel rather than new life. Costco are cheaper at around £28 for 5 litres.
Have you considered something like THIS. Costco do it for £130 + VAT. It looks like the ally chequer plate but is a grey hard wearing plastic.
I have it in my workshop and store and will be putting it in my garage I am currently building.
Maybe worth a look.
I had kind of guessed that the head needed drilling to fit what looks an airline PCL type male fitting. However, in the picture of it draining, the banjo bolt is clamping the cooler pipe to the gearbox casing.....this is the bit I don't understand. Esentialy it looks like it has been "Teed"...