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How do drain the oil on a 2007 sportster 1200

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The tank drain is a hose on the underside of the fram . It will be on the left side ( while sitting on the bike ) it will have a plasctic plug that has to come out. You will need a flat blade screwdriver as it has a worm drive clamp.

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Follow the hose that goes to the frame from the oil tank. Loosen the clamp and pull.

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