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I need to know where the oil drain plug is on a 2002 harley deuce.

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A deuce is a member of the Softail family. Look at the bottom of the oil tank from the right side of the bike. Look for a large hose that runs down behind the transmission and continues on down to the crossmember of the frame under the transmission. There's a plug in the crossmember of the frame. Remove the plug to drain the oil.

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Steve

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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