Boy oh boy I had a night. What started as a simple oil change took me on a fun/painful/frustrating night. Hopefully some of my pain and suffering will help future general riders and if not maybe you'll get some laughs along the way. Started by purchasing oil change kit at dealer for $42. 10% off for beginning of hunting season. That's great! Go by advanced auto and pick up new oil drain trey and head home to do my "25 hour" oil change. I don't have 25 hours but my dealer told me I needed to change it at 25 hours or 4 weeks because they have additives in the oil that breakdown over time? I figured zinc but who knows. Ok so start my rig and run it for a couple minutes to warm up the oil. Get under my rig and use a 6mm Allen to break open the drain plug and as it starts to flow out the drain plug falls into the oil (remember this for later). All oil drained I reinstall plug and get up to get to the oil filter. Holy moly Polaris could you put it in a worse spot? Right next to your exhaust header and clutch intake I believe. So I remove the entire bed to gain access to the oil filter and fight for about 45 min trying to get a good spot and grip to remove it. Finally loosen it and get it off. At this point I'm cursing Polaris up and down. Ok I install new oil filter with some oil on the threads. Brand new oil in the motor and I'm ready to take it for a spin. Hooray my oil change is done..wait for it. Go on a ride around the neighborhood. Get back to the house and look down into my drain pan and there it is gentleman..my cooper washer..oh dang. Look under the unit and already saw a drop of oil on the ground. No question about it I've got to un screw it and install washer..can I do it quickly and maybe not lose much oil? Let's try. Let it sit for a while to cool but boys that oil burned straight threw my 9 mil gloves and had me flipping out under that unit..you laughing at me yet? Ended up letting it all drain out. Installed back on correctly with copper washer and thought for a quick second about pouring the oil back in but absolutely couldn't bring myself to doing it. I guess I'll be buying another $42 oil change kit tomorrow. The old me wouldn't have hesitated for a second pouring that oil back in but the current me says no way mister..not in that $18,000 machine. So on a bad note it was another rough day in the garage but on a good note I'm glad I found the copper washer and got that straightened out and I'm glad I learned a little more about my unit as far as the oil change goes. Maybe this was entertainment for y'all as you got to step into my upside down life for a min. Thanks for reading guys.