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    Do they make a drain plug for a BBF that has a valve that you can hook a rubber hose or something to, to drain the oil? I don't wanna have to hassle with a pump and all that stuff. Thanks
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    chevy or ford i had a fiiting welded to my pan with a pressed copper fitting on that with a ruber hose and a brass cap on the other end so i can pull it through my transom hole and drain it that way it always stays on the motor just coil the hose under the motor till you need it.

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    Look here:

    http://www.rexmar.com/page273.html

    I have the hose one, but I still warm up the oil and pump it out by attaching the pump to the hose.

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    Same Deal Mines Just Welded Never Have To Worry About Coming Loose

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    The drain bungs on my pain are 1/2" pipe thread....made that way by Canton. Just a few basic pipe fittings and some hose along with a ball valve and she's good to go.



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    I have one of these, I used to use the thing with the hose already attached but wanted to clean up the bilge some.

    http://www.fumotousa.com/

    Look at the N-series, I believe that's what you are looking for, got mine off flea bay for about 20 bucks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregb View Post
    I have one of these, I used to use the thing with the hose already attached but wanted to clean up the bilge some.

    http://www.fumotousa.com/

    Look at the N-series, I believe that's what you are looking for, got mine off flea bay for about 20 bucks..
    That's the same one I have on my truck. Thanks for the replys! Tom, you have a PM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetaholic View Post
    The drain bungs on my pain are 1/2" pipe thread....made that way by Canton. Just a few basic pipe fittings and some hose along with a ball valve and she's good to go.
    Made a drain set-up like this for mine as well, works great & drains quickly without makin a mess.

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    I want that on my Chevy. It gets old swabbing up the crap that gets in the cross member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleeper CP View Post
    Look here:

    http://www.rexmar.com/page273.html

    I have the hose one, but I still warm up the oil and pump it out by attaching the pump to the hose.

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    Does the pump get all the old oil out of the pan? How do I know which size to get if I get the plug and hose setup?

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    The thread on the fittings is 1/2-20 which is standard automotive drain plug thread on most domestic stock pans. Metric threads also available.

    For pipe threads you can take a brass 1/2 NPT to 1/8 NPT reducer and drill and tap to 1/2-20, easy deal.

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