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Oil fill cup is busted

Oil is going out of the oil fill cup,i guess its lost thread. where can i find a replacement.

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Hi buddy does the plug screw in on the threads nicely or is it tight also if it is leaking oil you may have put too much oil inside get back to me bud

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