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    Question Oil change pump

    Can anyone recommend a brand of vacuum pump to change the oil on my
    Ultra 250X. I would prefer a 120V AC or a12V DC powered pump.


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    I bought a Moller (may have spelled it wrong) on Amazon. Very well made and workes awesome. Its not electric but heck a few pumps and its off and running. You won't regret getting this model.

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    Vac oil pump

    Spelled Moeller and its 63 bucks on Amazon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulldrawmike View Post
    Spelled Moeller and its 63 bucks on Amazon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulldrawmike View Post
    Spelled Moeller and its 63 bucks on Amazon


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    +1, Great tool!

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    Hey Guys,

    I use the smaller moeller pump. I have used it many times and there is no way in hell it will prime and siphon the oil out on its own. So I spend 20 to 30 minutes pumping that sucker.

    What am I doing wrong?
    I am now wondering should I be unscrewing the oil filler cap?
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    Thank you all for the information.

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    Just went to home depot, spent about 20 bucks on a drill pump ( under 7 bucks ) and hose and fittings... Took about 5mins to suck out about 5qts of gas/oil... Also sucked out all the crappy fuel...

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    I use the mityvac fluid evacuator, mty7400....$54 on amazon

    It uses compressed air to make a vacuum.
    I just hook it up and walk away.

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    Beware everyone:

    If you got the GIO, the rings on the hand pump and the hose adapters will start to leak and/or break down. If you can, find one that is compatible with gas.

    Best,
    LB

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