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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    My big MityVac holds the whole pan worth.


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    What model?


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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    What model?


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    7201 I think—2.3 gallon capacity.


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  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylerrnemt View Post
    Betcha it got stuck in the tube!
    You got it. It was stuck in the dip stick tube for 2 days with me trying EVERYTHING to get it out. I read everything i could find on the internet and everyone said the same thing....Don't ever do it. Finally i was able to get it to come out, still not sure how but it was out and i learned my lesson..
    Scott
    2007 Mobius LSV with a lot of great upgrades and mods

  4. #24
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    Do the newer boats come w/a drain hose installed? My '02 Supra had one, but I'm not sure if my '16 Craz does.
    2016 Craz

  5. #25
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    The new raptors have a hose on the starboard side of engine.


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  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tylerrnemt View Post
    I use the drain hose.... when I first bought mine I read a lot of people were getting their suction hose stuck inside the dipstick tube... also I never felt like sucking oil out through the dipstick would get as much of the old oil out as using the proper drain hose.

    Here is my set up.... a 1/4” quick release male air hose adapter screws perfectly onto that drain hose and my oil extractor hose fits perfectly over that adapter... pretty slick set up.
    Thanks so much for this suggestion. My winterization oil change took a fraction of what it normally did by using a1/4” quick release male air hose adapter. This is the tip of the year.
    Gil Hebert

    2014 Mojo

  7. #27
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    Ditto. Came here for the sole purpose of finding out what threads were on the drain hose fitting. Now to order a pump...
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  8. #28
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    Is a pump necessary if I have the water strainer/flush kit? I'm not in a hurry, figured I could run the boat in my driveway and get it up to operating temp, then let oil drain. Knowing it'll take an hour or so.

    Any other reason for a pump?
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    2019 Craz

  9. #29
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    If the drain hose will fit through the bail plug hole, no.
    On my last boat, I'd pull the hose out, zip tie it to the trailer with a drain pan underneath, and just let it drain. It took 5-10 min cold.
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