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Oil Drain Plug

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Hi. Looking for recommendations for an Oil Drain Plug. Looking for quality item that will keep for years without any leaks.

 

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What’s wrong with what you have? Are you looking for something special?
 

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My take is he’s looking for something like a fumoto valve.
 

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I'm going with this. I will easily be able to direct the drain tube through the cat theft plate I plan to get.

ValvoMax Oil Drain System
 

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Not to go against the grain.. but I add a magnet to each of my oil drain plugs.. gives me some comfort as to how much wear is occurring between changes.. I epoxy a 1/4"x1/2" round magnet into the plug, usually I drill a 5/16" hole deep enough to hold it.. the stock ford drain has this already - all you need to do is epoxy the magnet in place. good luck however you go.

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Not to go against the grain.. but I add a magnet to each of my oil drain plugs.. gives me some comfort as to how much wear is occurring between changes.. I epoxy a 1/4"x1/2" round magnet into the plug, usually I drill a 5/16" hole deep enough to hold it.. the stock ford drain has this already - all you need to do is epoxy the magnet in place. good luck however you go.

Magnetic_Drain.jpg
If you feel like making something you could try a Franken Mag for the magnets.

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