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Iam trying to locate the engine oil drain plug on a 2001 soft tail deuce

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  • Don Daus
    Don Daus Jul 29, 2014

    I have a 2000 Deuce and there are 2 drain plugs, one for the oil tank and that is flex hose that goes to the right side of the swing arm and at the bottom of that hose is a drain plug. Also on the bottom of the crank case in the middle is a small drain plug. If I remember there is a little rubber o-ring on the one an a another little gasket ring on the crank bolt.

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