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Old 04-21-2010, 05:17 PM   #11
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Well I got my new parts from ZZP today and they are right this time. I will hopefully on Monday get my stripped one out and my new one put in.
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I got my old Eaton plug out it had a torx bit t27 inside that I stripped out when trying to change my sc oil. The new Eaton plug is 3/16 allen wrench type it is much better. I just need to change my sc oil now and we are all set! Thanks guy'* and Dan thanks for all of your help once again.
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