Fumoto Engine Oil Drain Valve F-111
the best way to change oil, the Engine Oil Drain Valve. Install this
valve and you can drain your engine oil without tools and without mess.
Just lift the lever of this solid brass ball valve and give it a quarter
turn to open it. Return the lever to its original position and it locks
closed, double sealed to prevent leakage. The Engine Oil Drain Valve is
made of corrosion resistant forged brass and stainless steel. The ball
valve design provides a straight flow for efficient drainage and a
perfect seal when closed. Frozen drain plug and stripped threads are
eliminated forever. Drawing samples for oil analysis is as easy as
one-two-three. Sizes to fit all cars, light trucks vans heavy-duty
trucks and buses. Also fits RVs, marine engines and industrial
The Engine Oil Drain Valve has been tested and granted "Genuine Parts"
status by 6 major motor vehicle manufacturers in Japan, including Toyota,
Nissan, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru and Isuzu.
These approvals were not granted easily and gaining them was a testimony
to the quality and durability of Engine Oil Drain Valve. In the United
States, the Engine Oil Drain Valve is being installed at the factory
level on some of the vehicles/equipment made by Ford, Kohler, Freightliner,
Caterpillar, JLG, GEHL, Ingersoll-Rand, Sullair, Toyota, Case, Magnetek,
Timberjack, Lincoln Electric, Vermeer, Baldor, Terex, Deutz, Phaser
Marine Generator and etc.
- Remove original drain plug and drain oil into acceptable receptacle.
- Insert Engine Oil Drain Valve with gasket* and tighten. Do not over tighten.
- Make sure valve is closed and refill crankcase.
N-Series Valve: Unlike
the standard Engine Oil Drain Valve which was designed for automobile
and truck applications, the N-SERIES valve is equipped with a Nipple to
enable the operator to attach a hose and drain the engine oil out of tight
spots and away where access to the plug itself and resulting mess are
often problems. Like the standard Engine Oil Drain Valve, this spring
assisted ball valve replace standard oil drain plug making oil changes
easier and saving valuable time. Also ideal for oil sampling analysis
as a small amount of oil can be drawn without shutting off the engine.
The N-SERIES Engine Oil Drain Valve takes the mess out of routine maintenance
on industrial engines. "N-SERIES" valves are not recommended for cars
with low ground clearance. Please make sure there is enough distance
from the ground.
For users under extreme conditions:
If you are using the Engine Oil Drain Valve on off-road vehicles
such as farm tractors and logging equipment under extreme environment
(i.e. corn fields, brush areas), it is recommended that a hose clip as
shown below be used for extra safety and security. The hose clip, which
can be purchased at any hardware stores, will firmly keep the lever in
the locked position at all times.
Fumoto Engineering of America offers a LIFE TIME WARRANTY on its
product, against faulty workmanship and/or material to the original
purchaser (with proof of purchase). For any defective product, Fumoto
Engineering of America will replace the product at no charge. Fumoto
Engineering of America will also indemnify any consequential damages to
the engine/vehicle which are directly caused by the defective product.
This warranty does not cover any damages due to misuse, abuse,
negligence or accident. This warranty is valid only in the United States
Thread Size: 14mm-1.25
12/3/2012 10:53 AM
I put one on my old truck and had it for about 10 years. No rust, the spring is firm to keep it from coming open too easy and the one with the nipple for a hose made oil changes a lot cleaner. There are a couple of other brands out there but they do not flow nearly as well to change your oil and are not even close in quality. If you want to make changing oil easier, need to replace a leaking oil bolt or just want to make it easier to do an oil change with less mess, this is the only way to go that I have found!
5/4/2012 3:55 PM
i bought one for my dad and myself with the hose fitting on it and i have never had a problem. was a bit stiff to open at first but still easier than pulling a drain plug with hot oil. slip a hose over it and use the supplied hose clamp and run the hose to your drain pan out from under the vehicle or just drain it down underneath the vehicle. i will buy another one for my cummins. Less mess on your tools, your driveway, and yourself.
3/11/2012 5:46 PM
made in japan not to shabby little hard to open. you gotta lift up its a little difficult other than that really solid