My oil filter wouldn't budge. I broke a removal tool trying to get it off, and no luck. So, I bought a set of the harbor freight cast aluminum end cap oil filters wrenches (Pittsburgh Automotive - item#69894). These gripped better, but still spun on the filter. So, Plan B... I drilled 4 holes in the bottom - the metal is soft, so this is very quick and easy with a hand drill: Next, I placed the oil filter wrench on the filter and screwed the wrench to the oil filter. I used 4 self tapping / sealing screws. These are the screws that you would use to attach galvanized siding. With my cordless hand drill and a socket adapter, these went right in. The rubber seals keep the screws from dripping oil... Then, turn the oil filter wrench as normal: Here are the screws I used. I used a screwdriver to pry the filter out of the wrench, and it popped right off: I hope this helps somebody!!