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Old 03-06-2020, 10:45 AM
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I find pumping it out is the easiest and best way. I used a pump and after I pumped it out I removed the drain plug out just to see how well it worked. There was no oil that came out.
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The fill. The only problem with doing it this way is you can't pump all the oil out, don't know why, but you can get 3/4 out. It takes a little maneuvering to get the hose to the bottom of the tank. I do it this way because it a b---h to get under the cart and a pita to jack and block.
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Then I would be changing it 3 or 4 times years. Slug in glorified lawn mower engines build up quick.
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Old 03-31-2020, 12:28 PM
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If you are concerned about over tightening then use a torque wrench.
Yes, preferable inch pounds torque wrench? You know why...
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If you remove the plug be sure to replace the washer. May not be necessary but had a Club car the leaked at the plug because I did not.
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