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Old 12-17-2013, 06:11 AM   #1
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Arrow Fumoto valves

Does anyone have a source and part number for one that will fit an 2000 3126 330HP

If someone knows for sure what thread size the plug is, that's really all that is needed..
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Old 12-17-2013, 06:29 AM   #2
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Here is another option: Quick Changer Oil Drain Valve - Unique Truck Equipment

And this link will show you in the chart what size your plug hole is.

With this system there is not as much hanging out of the side of the oil pan. Just another idea while shopping for you......

And here is the info. to your question , top line is your engine, part numbers to the right, click on the part # to see info. The one valve has a nipple on it to attach a drain hose
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I have had them on both of my Ford MH's and my personal cars and I would suggest getting the one with the nipple. I just installed one on my CAT C7. I have one on my Wrangler and haven't had any issues with the valve getting hit by debris. It makes changing oil much easier.
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Here is a link to one that is made in North America. This valve is what the big fleets use. They are usually at the large truck shows and can be ordered on line. I use them on all my vehicles/. Nothing hanging down .\
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Old 12-21-2013, 08:05 AM   #5
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My only concern with the valve is running over something and knocking the valve off. It must be possible or on manufacturers web site they suggest pulling over and double check valve. Has anyone ever had one leak or get busted and what would you do if your on the side of the road and you have oil pouring out. Hopefully you get pulled over before blowing engine.
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