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    Default Quick Drain Oil Plug

    Anyone use these??

    http://www.quickoildrainvalve.com/


    There is also something from fram that has a hose that attaches... anyone have a link to it?

    The one with the N in the nomenclature has a nipple to accept a hose... I'm thinking this is the best bet for oil changes with armor covering the oil pan...
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    I'm getting 2. One for the Jeep and one for the wifes 300. Great idea.
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    Here's the fram one....

    http://www.jegs.com/p/Fram+&+Autolit...10002/-1/11597

    When you figure out which size for the Jeep, let me know... I'm still trying to figure that out...

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    whats wrong with the plug on it now? are planning on doing some nascar fast oil changes?

    i would not trust'em if it ain't broke not fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzHog View Post
    Here's the fram one....

    http://www.jegs.com/p/Fram+&+Autolit...10002/-1/11597

    When you figure out which size for the Jeep, let me know... I'm still trying to figure that out...
    I like this one and will probably pick one up if they can be bought locally. As it stands right now, when I pop the drain plug, the oil pools up in the jeepmedic engine skid until it finds the hole in the skid and slowly drains out. This would make the oil changes a lot quicker and not as sloppy.

    Thanks for posting.

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    Yup, work smarter. Not harder!
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    I have a friend that had one and he leaked oil all over the trail when it got hit .
    I don't trust some thing like that! I run trail that have water, mud, sand plus more.

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    I don't think it is worth the risk of a failure, but it is tempting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsig View Post
    I have a friend that had one and he leaked oil all over the trail when it got hit .
    I don't trust some thing like that! I run trail that have water, mud, sand plus more.

    if your buddy hit that drain plug he came awful close to his pan and should have a skid anyway. anyone with a skid would love this.


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    I run the Fram one on my XJ...no real threat of a malfunction on that one as it has a valve that is actuated by depressing the center pin with a drain hose rather than opening a valve like the first one pictured. Also, it has a knurled brass cover that goes over it when not in the process of draining oil. Pretty much idiot-proof.
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