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Old 04-17-2010, 01:58 PM   #1
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Guy'* long time no see I would like to know if you could give me the GM part number for my m62 SC snout oil plug? Thanks mine has the T27 star and I stripped it. Ouch and now I need a way to remove it and get a new new one put in. Thanks guy'*
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Pending how bad its stripped, you may have to drill it some and use an easy out. I believe, it is a common type of plug. Might be able to find it at most major hardware stores. Someone here should have the thread size for ya.
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Dan,
The link don't work?
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Oh never mind it worked the third time. Thanks for your help pat.
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Dan,
I ordered 2 of them thanks for your help.
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Angry ZZP sent me 2 plastic Body panel tabs instead

I ordered 2 eaton snout plugs and they sent me 2 plastic body panel tabs just what in the heck am I to do with these? They sure ain't going to fix my snout. Just a little mad right at the present! I mean what the heck is going on 22.93 for a 1.00 worth of plastic I could have bought at any auto parts store come on now. What do you guy'* think? I am cooled off now things are much better thanks to Dan'* help!
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You got shaft plugs, you need the Eaton snout fill plug Make sure you ordered the right part, go to their site and search for what I have in red. It comes up.
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Yes Dan I had ordered them just like you had listed. I guess they did send me shaft plugs huh? I will email them and hope that they make it right. Thanks for your help. I will let you know what happens cool? Thanks again Pat
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Yes ZZP made a mistake and sent me the wrong item. I emailed them and they are sending me out the right parts this time. I will let everyone know what the results are. Everyone have a great day. It can only get better from here on out right? Thanks for all of your help Dan. I am glad you all are here its one of the best places to come to and hang out! Thanks
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