EcoBoost PTU, RDU, Trans drain plugs

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Some of you know that I've recently installed a set of these on my vehicle. They are super easy to use once installed. Just gauging interest on putting these for sale as a set for all three. If you've already drilled and tapped your RDU and PTU gor 1/8 NPT, these can be installed on your next fluid exchange. Trans already has a drain plug that is 1/8 NPT.

These are ideal for a few reasons. Main one is, once installed, you never have to break that NPT seal ever again. It can get sketchy after a few times of taking off and on and wondering if its sealed up properly.

No worries with that. All 3 are galvanized steel with brass twist cap that seals with an o-ring. And although I doubt the cap would ever come off, I'm also including enough adhesive backed heat shrink to ensure it doesn't spin off. Just cut it with a razor at your next change and replace it with more the next go around. I'm only including enough for the first installment, the rest is on you. But it's just a few bucks for enough to last a few changes.

Let me know what you guys think. I could get these kits put together in a short period of time if there's enough interest. I kinda need like 10 ppl interested to be worth the time, fyi.

Was thinking $30 shipped to be reasonable. I'm not making a ton of money, just figured those interested may want these kits as it's hassle-free.

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I'd like a set!

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K...3 so far, I need a few more to chime in...I put it out on the EBPF and the XSport forums too...but haven't heard from those places yet...
 

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K, between all the places I've posted I think I have enough requests to get some kits put together. Gimme a few days and I'll hit yall up on DM/PM to see if you're still interested and for payment information.
 

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Ok, first couple kits are together and ready to ship. They will be shipped USPS Priority in a small box

I will PM you if you are still interested to make payment via paypal with the paypal address to send payment to.

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If you also hit me up on another forum, I will use this one as the main one, so if I don't respond on that other forum, check your PM here.283663e6127637411b467b6d1c0ab49c
 

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LIKE like!

I'm in! ...even though I went up to the next size for my PTU, so I'll have a spare if anyone wants it! :D
 

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Some of you know that I've recently installed a set of these on my vehicle. They are super easy to use once installed. Just gauging interest on putting these for sale as a set for all three. If you've already drilled and tapped your RDU and PTU gor 1/8 NPT, these can be installed on your next fluid exchange. Trans already has a drain plug that is 1/8 NPT.

These are ideal for a few reasons. Main one is, once installed, you never have to break that NPT seal ever again. It can get sketchy after a few times of taking off and on and wondering if its sealed up properly.

No worries with that. All 3 are galvanized steel with brass twist cap that seals with an o-ring. And although I doubt the cap would ever come off, I'm also including enough adhesive backed heat shrink to ensure it doesn't spin off. Just cut it with a razor at your next change and replace it with more the next go around. I'm only including enough for the first installment, the rest is on you. But it's just a few bucks for enough to last a few changes.

Let me know what you guys think. I could get these kits put together in a short period of time if there's enough interest. I kinda need like 10 ppl interested to be worth the time, fyi.

Was thinking $30 shipped to be reasonable. I'm not making a ton of money, just figured those interested may want these kits as it's hassle-free.

Thanks.RC6V9MY OwjwAwidth1024height1024cropmodenone FDetRDvRDXneAwidth1024height1024cropmodenone
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Will these self tap or do you need to top the hole after it is drilled?
Thanks
 

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