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Hello, 2005 fatboy 1450 cc No owners manual, it is missing in action.... I found the tank drain plug! Where, if any do you drain the rest of the oil from the block? I beleive I found the trans. plug between the shocks.

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DO NOT drain engine oil from motor there is such a small amt..there may be a small plug ..but don;t unscrew it ...only drain the oil bag/tank ..I have foung good help at harleytalking.com....ride safe...

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