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Wood splitter again

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Brendon Warren

02-06-2018 16:15:23

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Well I bought the Craftsman splitter (see post below). Where is the drain plug to change the oil. 6.5hp Briggs and Stratton. I didn't think to ask the seller if he had the manual.

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02-06-2018 17:54:02

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 Re: Wood splitter again in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-06-2018 16:15:23  
If its a vertical shaft engine and was made in the last twenty years, there is no drain plug. Most of those engines went on lawnmowers and on a mower you just tip it over and let the oil run out the dipstick tube.

We use a fluid evacuator at work for those engines we can't tip. The same kind you would use if it was in a boat.

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02-06-2018 17:03:28

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 Re: Wood splitter again in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-06-2018 16:15:23  
You can probably download the manual from Sears online parts, you'll need the model number of the splitter, not the engine.

If that is a horizontal engine, there will be a plug in the side of the base, where it bolts down.

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02-06-2018 17:00:32

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 Re: Wood splitter again in reply to Brendon Warren, 02-06-2018 16:15:23  
Hello Brandon Warren,

Go to the Sears web site. Have your model number ready. Download the manual, it's free,


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