Its that time, 10,000 Mile service. First things first I put this big boy up on the lift and inspected everything for damage/wear and tear. I didnt find anything alarming so I got started with the service. Pulled the plug and watched the nasty black oil drain out, I was not surprised to see it get on the crossmember. After draining the oil I found that Ford decided to locate the filter in what seemed to be the dumbest area possible. Upon further inspection I found that in the wheel arch there is a rubber mud guard that can be easily removed to make room for my oil filter wrench, needless to say it was much less terrible than I initially thought. Once again it seemed that a mess was going to be made, thankfully they thought ahead once again. Under the filter is a channel that helps the oil flow out of the back of the engine compartment which keeps the oil from going everywhere. After I replaced the filter I hosed the area down with some brake parts cleaner to rinse the residual oil out and we were back in business. My parts supplier recommended an FL-910S instead of the FL-400S, from what Ive read either work fine. And here is the obligatory post oil service photo. Cheers and I hope this will be helpful to at least one person in the future.