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    Default Drain plugs

    Since I was looking for a 2nd drain plug for my bike so I can drill and wire it,
    where do you guys get your magnetic drain plugs?

    This is a site I found...
    http://www.magneticdrainplug.com/Mot...lugs/MP05.html
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    Thanks for the site, I just ordered a plug and extra washer!
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    Same here... I need one that I can drill for a safety wire anyhow...
    Hope they are good items...
    ~Rich
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    Nice.. thanks for sharing.. also Lockhart Phillips makes a pre-drilled drain plug that is magnetic as well..
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    link? Also, what diameter is the safety wire?
    ~Rich
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    Hmmmm, plugs for KTM, Hyosung, and Aprilia but no Triumphs, guess they haven't been around long enough.

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    If you email or call them I'm sure they can probably help...
    Mine shipped out today according to the email, thats a nice turn around.
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    How do you safety wire a rubber hose with a plastic plug secured by a hose clamp? Just fold it up and zip tie it?
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    Thats your drain plug?
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    you would safety wire the hose clamp to a nearby screw or bolt.. just drill the bolt out.. let me check on diameter safety wire and the lockhart phillips drain plug.. if you get 1 spool of safety wire it will last you a lifetime.. also safety wire pliers are a must in my book.. it sucks trying to twist the wire by hand..
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