Ronin vs Femco oil plug

jd_cobra

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I’ve gone back and read through some of the threads of people who’ve used both, but wanted to make a new post to see what people thought of whatever option they chose after some time had gone by.

 

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I've had both on my F150, the Ronin being first. I changed to the Femco for one reason: it has locking tabs just like the factory plug. My engineer brain likes redundancy, see.

Which isn't to say I had an issue with the Ronin coming loose, it was still firmly in place after several oil changes and wasn't just finger tight. The Ronin is a work of art (that you don't get to see much) where the Femco isn't any more special than the factory piece.

Either saves the aggravation of Exxon Valdez spills during a change.
 

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I've done a couple changes since the install of the Ronin and have had no issues. It has made taking samples very easy.
 

 
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