RE: [DML] Proper transmission drainplug socket
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RE: [DML] Proper transmission drainplug socket

I just used a "metric" crescent wrench. It is not torqued-up at 150 ft-lbs. Pops loose with minimal use of elbow grease. I might also recommend using Amsoil Heavy Duty Gear Lubicrant. I did. Makes things a bit slicker in there. Drive Stainless Robert VIN 6924
> To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> From: knut.s.grimsrud@xxxxxxxxx
> Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 21:23:59 +0000
> Subject: [DML] Proper transmission drainplug socket
> Hi guys,
> I'm looking for the proper pipe plug socket for the manual
> transmission drain plug. My calipers indicate it's 10mm, but I cann't
> seem to find such a female pipe plug socket. Tooltopia has a pretty
> good range of them, but only in standard sizes, and 10mm doesn't come
> close to anything reasonable (it's one of the metric sizes that's a
> perfect misfit for anything standard sized).
> Where do you guys get the proper pipe plug socket for the manual
> transmission drain plug?
> Knut

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