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There is some good YouTube videos just on this matter. I did mine with just front harbor freight ramps. Get all parts you need before you start. Search on here few good guys have some very detailed instructions. Patience's is most important.Hi, I bought these drain plugs a few months ago and I cannot get my SHO high enough off the ground to do the work myself. I have a shop that will do it, but they are asking for directions or pictures of where to drill at the PTU and the RDU. Could you post them or send them to me?
Probably good place to start would be the website they are listed at...Hi, I bought these drain plugs a few months ago and I cannot get my SHO high enough off the ground to do the work myself. I have a shop that will do it, but they are asking for directions or pictures of where to drill at the PTU and the RDU. Could you post them or send them to me?
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Drain plugs for the PTU, RDU and transmission of the transvers 3.5L ecoboost drivetrain, but could fit many other applications. Meant to make servicing these components very easy. Price includes the entire set: Three (3) drain plugs, three (3) caps, and one (1) 3" section of adhesive-lined 4:1...www.fortheworkshop.com
Do you know the original trans drain plug size? Mine is missing the head so I need to drill it out to drainSome 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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