Oil change valve

  • 11-May-2017 10:16 EDT
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Global Sales Group (Redmond, WA) offers a new and improved EZ Oil Drain Valve with optional hose connectors that can replace an existing drain plug for fast, clean and easy oil changes. According to the company, there is no need for special tools: just turn the lever of this nickel-plated brass ball valve and drain the engine oil. When it’s time for an oil change, the lever lifts and a quarter turn opens the valve. To close, the lever is returned to its original locked position. Screw in the optional hose end (sold separately) and connect a hose to drain the oil to a remote receptacle. For routine oil analysis, a small sample of oil can be drained from the valve without shutting off the engine. The EZ Oil Drain Valve is available for all engines with 30 different sizes to fit cars, pickup trucks, vans, farm tractors, motor homes, heavy-duty trucks, buses, and construction equipment.

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