Who knows where i can buy a oil sucker machine that sucks the oil from the dipstick?
seriosly they all suck. On the cruiser i put a drain hose to the pan and then got one of those drill pumps from home depot and hooked it up to the drill, It draind the pan in about 4 min. An 1/8 inch hose thru the dipstick is going to take a long time. just my opinion. I always warmed the oil, it made it alot easier.
Somewhere on this forum there were photos of a homemade 5 gallon bucket with the parts used and hooked to a shop vac...I would like to see those photos if someone has them...might be a little redneck for you but, I use a 5 gallon bucket with a lid, drilled a hole in it and pushed a 3/8" hose in it to the bottom. the hose is long enough to go thru my drain plug at the back of the boat, I connect it to the engine and hook a shop vac to the pour spout on the bucket, it will drain the oil in about 2 minutes.
Overtons has one. It doesn't hook up to power, you just put the tube(it comes with different size tubes) down your dipstick hole and pump the handle a few times and it will drain it in about 5 min's. So you don't have to run power to your boat....Who knows where i can buy a oil sucker machine that sucks the oil from the dipstick?
i've been using one of these for about 17 years. works fine as long a the oil's warm. i've used it at home, in campgrounds a few times, at the track.