rodm1 said: (quoted from post at 17:28:43 12/26/12) Where is the oil drain on fill plugs for these?
Always good to start a new topic when changing directions. At any rate, if an early unit, the drain/screen filter should be just below the left foot rest, near the bottom. The drain location has a 1/4" - 20 thread in it that you can run a bolt in to make it easier to remove. There is also a "keeper" over the drain location that needs rotated out of the way. The fill port is on the right side near the same height or above the step. Should have a 4 sided plug in it, many of us add a "street" 90 that threads into the plug location, allowing easier fill and even adding a little extra fluid is a bonus.
This post was edited by NWMO 901 SOS at 09:57:23 12/27/12.
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