I finally ditched my old, dead 305....with it's dipstick that was almost touching the firewall... That was a real PITA. I replaced it with a 350, and managed to find a longer dipstick setup so I don't have to crawl into the engine room every fill-up to see how things are doing. However -- my 'new' 350 has a bit of a leak to it, but checking the oil is no longer a problem.... NOW the problem is getting the bloody oil into the thing. The oil opening is where the dipstick was on the 305.... WAY at the back on the driver's side. Has anyone heard of a relocation kit of any kind? I'm only running a 2" lift and 31's, but getting in there, even with my super-huge funnel and cheesy JC whitney licence-plate step, is getting old pretty fast. I'm pretty sure I could jerry-rig a tube to the back, or get a mechanic friend of mine to rig up some sort of easy-access hole up front, but I'd like to hear how you guys do it -- I've seen some pretty huge trucks -- 12" inches of lift and more -- how do you guys manage? I guess I could even pour it down the dipstick tube if I had a small enough funnel, but good luck getting a reading after that. -Al.