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I got tired of trying to get a funnel to work..
used an STP injector cleaner bottle
Threads don't match, but it screws in
AND, You do not have to hold it

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(some day I will figure out how to get a picture in here!)
Somebody send me an E mail showing the correct format
as it should look PLEASE ....Polish people over 60 have
difficulty following directions.....
 

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Thanks Red, I forgot the .jpg
 

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Thats a good idea. I just changed oil the other day and I always think about finding a better funnel. Yours just might be the one I was looking for. :D
 

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What I've been using is a funnel for filling the AT on a car or truck. They've got an extension on the "pointy" end.
 
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Here is a neat angled oil spout that screws onto your oil bottle (fits all) that makes it a piece of cake to pour a bottle of oil into your filler hole. The spout fits nicely inside the filler hole. Costs a couple bucks and even has a built in valve so you don't have to open it until it is in the hole.

Can't remember for sure, but I either got it at a NAPA auto parts store or a Sears Auto Center.

Ride safe. HAPPY TURKEY DAY, and give thanks for all our blessings as Americans.

 

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Blento,

That is a nice lookin bottle of oil ya got there.

I might have something a little nicer for ya.

Send me your address and we can call it an early Xmas gift or Promo pay.

Bulldog
 

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IBTrike said:
Here is a neat angled oil spout that screws onto your oil bottle (fits all) that makes it a piece of cake to pour a bottle of oil into your filler hole. The spout fits nicely inside the filler hole. Costs a couple bucks and even has a built in valve so you don't have to open it until it is in the hole.

Can't remember for sure, but I either got it at a NAPA auto parts store or a Sears Auto Center.

Ride safe. HAPPY TURKEY DAY, and give thanks for all our blessings as Americans.

I have one of these and they work great!
 
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