The plug worked well .
BikeMaster Steel Magnetic Oil Drain Plug
- 18 Reviews
- 5 Questions
- 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 of next time you drain the oil.
- M10 X 1.25
tight fit on my 2006 rmz250
I always hand thread first few to make sure not cross threading an important hole on engine. It doesn't even start. Threads look ok on drain plug. Not worth the risk to try and force. The OEM plug is fine I just wanted the magnetic one for the common crank bearing problem.
This bolt snapped in half the second time I used it, I was using a torque wrench and I had barely applied any pressure to it
anodizing on the bolt may cause more resistance than normal, so don't worry if it threads hard the first few times. Fit my 2011 yz250 just fine.
This is the most amazing oil drain plug I have ever used!!!!!!!! Yeah, I'm joking...it's an oil drain plug...it keeps oil in your bike, nuff said.
Fit perfectly...no leakage. Won't know about metal bits until next oil change.
Great help in giving warning of problems
Fix perfect fast shipping
It's a drain plug. Not much to review here. Magnet is VERY strong. Don't get aluminum unless you like standing on your head trying to get what is left out of your case. Remember the anti-seize!
The drain plug is too small. DIdn't fit my 2003 CR250
Great plug better than factory has magnet
Id deffantly buy for any of my wheelers. I have a 2006 Yfz450 and it fit and works good.
Great fit much better than stock.
nothing special...used to replace one with a stripped head. did the trick
Dont buy. Broke off in the case on the first oil change!!