Guys, I have a big problem. The oil changes on my 2008 Tundra have always been done at the dealer here in town since new. I usually change my oil every spring and fall as the truck never goes over mileage wise. I decided to do this one myself along with changing the fluids in the front and rear differentials and transfer case as well as greasing both shafts. I wanted to change the oil over to full synthetic as well as change the oil filter cap to the aluminum Venza model. Everything was going well until the oil change. First thing was that i could not remove the filler cap. it was on tight as hell. Actually had to use an adjustable wrench to remove it. i said to myself that this is not looking good! I drained the oil from base and then from filter housing using that little plastic tool. So far, so good! Now, I can't get the oil filter cap off! I actually broke the 65mm 14 flute wrench that i bought from Napa. It fit perfect, but with so much strain on it, the nut broke from the top of it. I then placed that wrench back on, and grabbed it with a large set of channel locks. No go and I wrenched on it pretty good. Any ideas what to do here? I am running out of options. Thanks.