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  1. akordboy

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    Anybody using a quick drain oil plug? If so, which one are you using? I was looking at fumoto, which I've heard good things about.
     
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    I have fumoto on both trucks, jetta, JD tractor, and ATVs. No issues in 5+ years and counting.


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    Pull Ya U.S. MARINE VETERAN Supporting Member Military

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    +1 on Fumoto Had one on every truck I have had, also on the "bosses" Chy 300. No problems no complaints
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    Or you can just use a spark plug. I think it adds extra power.
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    I use a fumoto.
     
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    Fumoto 106s. Been using since 2009.
     
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    +1 on this. No issues
     
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    I've used this one for years in my last 3 vehicles including my Ram. https://ezoildrainvalve.com/index.html EZ-106 is our part# and I get the corresponding "L" shaped nozzle. I started getting this so my kids (then 6 and 8) could start learning how to change oil... throw a little 3/8ths hose on the nipple and super clean. so far I have had this on my wife's avenger since 2012... zero issues, zero leaks and very worth it, whichever brand you go with.
     
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    I have Fumoto valves on my two trucks and jeep. Makes oil changing easy.
     
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    Hook you up a coil and spark plug wire to it and keep that oil warm in the wintertime.Lol
     
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    Ha, ha, ha,
    When I was a teenager (1951) we would do just that. Except we put the spark plug in the tailpipe. Then for fun or scare the hell out of someone behind, you pull the choke out (choke was a pull rod that closed the carburetor intake butterfly and flood the carburetor), tromp the pedal and flip the switch to power the spark plug. That would shoot a nice flame right out the tailpipe - oh what fun.

    You bring back memories :D
     
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