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post #1 of 15 Old 02-16-2011, 07:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Oil Drain Plug

As I am not Close to my XX I was wondering if anyone can help me out. Does anyone Know the size of the oil drain plug.. Not the wrench you put on it but the actual size and thread pitch.

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I'm not positive but I THINK it's a M12 x 1.75.

Why do you need to know?

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Thanks 92k1500

Trying to make a better way to Drain the oil with the Skids on.. I have time to think and research what would needed as long as I can get the right sizes

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Next time I change my oil (probably a month or so as I just changed it) I can get you the exact measurement if someone else hasn't gotten it by then and you still need it.

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Thinking of the Fumoto valve or the Fram Sur-drain?

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Someguy,
I looked at both those drain valves. They are both built with quality in mind. I do have two concerns.
1- After draining the oil reservoir you still have to drain the bottom of the engine.
2- If not positioned in a protected area, a stick or other debris could activate the ball valve handle.
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Actually was Looking Into Aeroquip for the Drain. It has a cap that goes on to Protect it, this is just an Idea as I cant actually see my XX.. I will be stateside in about a month and am looking at doing full service as well as install of my UHMW Skids. Figured look into this prior to Skid install while Oil is Drained.

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Next time I change my oil (probably a month or so as I just changed it) I can get you the exact measurement if someone else hasn't gotten it by then and you still need it.
Thank you I would appreciate it, I have found all the parts I would need for the M12x1.75 I will hold off any ordering until I hear for sure from someone. I will be Going with Aeroquip as it does come with an Aluminum Cap to Protect the connection.

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How much do these valves protrude? On my previous raptor I installed the Sur-drain, it has a brass cap to protect the valve and protrudes about 3/4" so it was well protected by my aluminum belly skid.

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Oh, also on the Fumoto you can get a security clip to make sure the drain handle cannot be tripped. Also these do not protrude into the engine much so practically all of the oil will be drained.

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