OEM Tools Direct Fit No-Spill Funnels

OEM Tools Direct Fit No-Spill Funnels

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Oil spills are all too common when working under the hood. Eliminate them entirely with these Direct Fit No-Spill Funnels from OEM Tools Read More

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kevinhb
171
May 10, 2019
@Drop The grey drop options description box needs to be updated, the current version of the drop is clearly priced with the universal set as the base price, but the description gives it as being +$35, with the base price being for one of the specific funnels.
Scam5
2
Mar 30, 2019
What? No Harley Davidson??? I also have a Triumph Bonneville - Why no motorcucles?
TheyWereAllTaken
10
Sep 17, 2018
This is available on amazon for less...
akarsner
246
Sep 2, 2018
What is the story with this drop? I joined this drop on July 6th for the universal no-spill version. The drop was successfully completed on July 10th and the order placed immediately after being notified of the drop completion. On the July 27th (the same day the product was expected to be shipped to the drop participants!) I was notified by Massdrop's standard late fulfillment notification e-mail, stating that the product may ship later than the originally estimated July 27th shipping date due to an "unexpected delay". On August 12th, having still not received the product nor any subsequent updates on the shipping status, I reached out to Massdrop's Community Support team for an update. The next day I received a response from "David Q." basically repeating the same e-mail that I had received 2 weeks prior. Frustrated and pissed off, having pumped TONS of money into Massdrop just within the past year alone, I decided to play devil's advocate and wait.
It's now September 2nd, please provide everyone who participated in the same drop as myself with an actually tangible date of delivery that we can expect to receive the product by and hold each of you accountable to. You've been great with all the other drops I've jumped on, and there have been way more than several that I've personally participated in thus far, mind you. Why drop the ball so hard on this one? Yes, at the end of the day we are talking about a funnel here. Am I upset about a funnel? Absolutely not. But when paying up front for a product on a promise to receive it by a deadline, however blurry that date may be, at the very least I would expect the retailer to keep their customer base well-informed and provided with up to date information about the whereabouts of their purchases, preferably before the date they've been promised to ship by in the first place.
markmatley
10
Jul 5, 2018
Does this come with a plug for the funnel? For those all important bubble purging when refilling a coolant system?
AsianBro
2
Jul 8, 2018
They have a separate kit for coolant systems
TomaCzar
753
Jul 3, 2018
No option for a Kia other than the "Universal" which more than triples the price and adds a bunch of unnecessary junk to clutter up my garage.
Pass.
RayF
22417
May 15, 2018
Can I use this funnel to make Foie gras?
RayF
22417
Jul 3, 2018
Always cheaper there!
RayF
22417
Jul 3, 2018
You would if you were you, but not if you were me.
jbeavis19
0
May 9, 2018
My Chevy uses an Italian made diesel engine. Can I return this if it doesn't work?
jbeavis19
0
Sep 18, 2018
This is my question from the last drop, thanks for the answer. Not joining this time either.
akarsner
246
May 10, 2019
For anyone following this drop's comment section, Massdrop will almost always say no to a return like this unless they make a discrectionary exception based on the unique situation. It's a safe bet to say that the answer for something that can become soiled as easily as these, and because they would have likely been already used with an automotive chemical, would be a "No" on a return for this item. And to this commenter, you could have easily answered your own question by looking up the specs for both your engine and the product's spec sheet directly with OEM. Just get paper cones, honeslty. I made the mistake of buying the full kit and now I have useless extras that do not fit lying around taking up space in my garage