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That's how I learned too, but after being burned time and again by hot oil, and hot exhaust pipes (on cars/trucks), I said EFF it.
Every time I'd change oil in something I'd end up with a 2nd degree burn on my hand from the splash of hot oil you get when the drain plug comes out, or from trying to reach up around the hot exhaust pipe to get at the oil filter.
I'll fire up the tractor and let it run for a minute or two to circulate the oil and stir up any crap, then I'll dump the oil. By the time I've got the drain plug out of the pan, the oil's drained out of the filter housing so I can work on that while the pan drains into a bucket.
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