Best Drain Oil Valve ?

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EZ Oil Drain Valve ? - Cheap and includes hose Fumoto Fram Sure Drain other ? Car 2004 Mazda 3
 

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Yeah I heard that fumoto are great I just don't like the idea that it stands out a lot .. EZ Valve its almost flat ..
 

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OK ok :D It Will be fumoto ... Any good source for those
 
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Lubrication Specialists LLC Look for them on the web. http://lubricationspecialist.com/front/showcontent.aspx?fileid=105 Just ordered one a week or so ago, great service. Also, have 3 others currently installed, used them on two other previous cars. Do not worry about these things leaking or hitting something they are built like a tank. Actually did hti one with a concrete median once, shaved some brass off of the nipple but did not break and still works fine.
 
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Use the Fumoto for the first time last night and it was really easy. I had the little clip on there but I don't wheel my truck so I don't see the need for it.
 

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There was this other brand that I can't remember they been making some good quality valves 2
 

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FEMCO .. thats it :) I think I will go with it ...
 
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 Originally Posted By: Ndx
FEMCO .. thats it :) I think I will go with it ...
So we all tell you Fumoto is the way to go, and you decide on this Femco thing?
 

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I will go with Fumoto because of price .. Femco is 49$ + SH
 

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 Originally Posted By: hate2work
 Originally Posted By: Ndx
FEMCO .. thats it :) I think I will go with it ...
So we all tell you Fumoto is the way to go, and you decide on this Femco thing?
Naturally! That's why he asked.
 

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there is one at O'reilly's that is around 10 bucks. It can be found on the shelves by the drain plug washers/replacement drain plugs, etc. Not sure if I would trust it, though...Maybe someone else has used it?
 
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Seen them but never looked at them closely. It kinda looked like a Fumoto style valve but with a collar instead of a tab.
 
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