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Old 10-19-2006, 11:51 PM   #11
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That sums it up nicely, Kathy.
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That sums it up nicely, Kathy.


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this picture should help some for planning a drain in the M90.

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A nose drive drain is something that isn't on my list this winter, due to the fact were the fill plug is located, its easy to drain and fill through the one service port..being used to the M62 myself, i think the M90 design is a godsend!
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A nose drive drain is something that isn't on my list this winter, due to the fact were the fill plug is located, its easy to drain and fill through the one service port..being used to the M62 myself, i think the M90 design is a godsend!
I agree, Personally after weighing the issues I am not drilling my Nose drive for a drain. I would rather use a spray bottle . I just thought these pics would help though
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