BikeMaster Aluminum Magnetic Oil Drain Plug

BikeMaster Aluminum Magnetic Oil Drain Plug
BikeMaster Aluminum Magnetic Oil Drain Plug

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Description Item #BMS008X
  • Protect your bike at the same time make it look better.
  • Your choice of billet aluminum or steel drain plugs.
  • Comes with powerful magnets embedded in them so they catch any ferrous metallic particles that might be scraped from cylinder walls or from gears, etc.
  • Clean metallic particles off next time you drain the oil.
  • M10 X 1.25
  • Color may vary.

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7 Reviews
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Cobracary
Top 500 Contributor
Menifee, CA, USA
To soft

You have to follow the torque spec when I talking or you will strip it

dnolasco201
Stopped leak

Recieved mine black it stopped a leak with previous bolt with a much tighter fit and a large head to prevent any slipping of the wrench

Jerry
Verified Purchaser
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Brittle glue

The bolt is aluminum. The magnet likes metal. The inner's of the engine are metal. The glue holding the magnet in is very brittle. Any questions?

DailyRider
Verified Purchaser
Its a drain plug

Just as stated a magnetic Oil Drain plug. I had no issue with fitment. The magnet is strong.
I was thrown off by the black color of the plug received. I think it was coated with something.
Over all it does it job of keeping the oil in.

PremixRanger
Verified Purchaser
Fort Irwin, CA
OK product

when i screwed it in it only screwed in about half way then stopped, so i put some permatex on it to secure it, other than that it works

Zephuros
Verified Purchaser
Council Hill, Ok
Odd size oil drain plug

2008 VStar 1300 with a 10x1.25 mm thread. They had it when the Yamaha dealer didn't.

redjet
the southwest usa
Nice product

Well made and does what it is designed to do. I did drill a hole in it to safety wire it since the torque rating for aluminum is lower than the heavy steel non magnetic stock item.


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5 Questions
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Natalie
Q: Do you have one that will fit a 2008 KX125?
1 year 4 months ago
When putting in the make, year and model there is no option for a 2008 KX125....?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 4 months ago
A: 2005 was the last year for the KX125 here in the USA.The drain plug should be the same but you would need to verify with a local Kawasaki dealer.

The part number for the stock 2005 KX125 drain plug is 92066-1437. If your local dealer says that is the same part number for your 2008 than it will fit.
ejw0813
Location: Reno, NV, USA
Q: Which oil drain plug is this for?
1 year 9 months ago
For a 2005 Yamaha YFZ450, is this a replacement for the oil rereservoir drain plug or the crankcase drain plug?
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 9 months ago
A: The BikeMaster Magnetic drain plug is a M10 X 1.25 size. That size ONLY fits the crankcase drain plug on your 05 Yamaha YFZ450
YzKelly
Location: Mass
Q: Just wanted to double check fitment 05 yz 250 also torque specs for this ? Thanks?
1 year 9 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 9 months ago
A: Yes this will fit your 2005 YZ250. You will need to check the Yamaha service manual or with your local service department for torque specs.
Cobracary
Top 500 Contributor
2 months 12 days ago Location: Menifee, CA, USA
A: You have to follow the torque spec when I talking or you will strip it. Please look at your owners manual for the drain plug torque
BasDnB
Location: Thailand, Pai
Q: How to install Oil drain plug?
2 years 3 months ago
for order to install the oil drain plug would i have to take off the fuel tank then install it?, I try with my hand but it cannot reach it. sorry i am new to motorbike and things
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The oil drain plug should be on the bottom of your engine. You should not have to remove your fuel tank to remove or install it.
Cobracary
Top 500 Contributor
2 months 12 days ago Location: Menifee, CA, USA
A: You have to follow the torque spec when Installing or you will strip it
doboy86
Location: Franklin, LA, USA
Q: What size washer fits this drain bolt?
2 years 11 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: For you 2005 R1, this would be a 14mm drain plug and would require a 14mm washer.
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