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5430K 1.6 Liter Oil / Fuel Extractor

Briggs and Stratton 1.6 Liter Oil / Fuel Extractor 5430K

Part#:  5430K
  5.00 Stars - 1 Review

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The Briggs & Stratton 1.6 liter oil extractor pump is suitable for the extraction of oil fuel from outdoor power equipment, cars, motorcycles, commercial vehicles, marine engines, stationary engines and other machinery.

CAUTION: The suction pump may be used only for extracting oil.
Never use the equipment to extract acids or other hazardous liquids. This collection tank is NOT approved for the storage of oil or gasoline.

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Long reach hose allows oil to be extracted through filler or dipstick holes
Up to 1.6L of oil can be collected without mess or spillage
Width 6.5"
Height 8.250"
Length 6.0"
Weight 1.330 lbs
Equipment Type Small Engine

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works far better than expected. oil stays in the bottle not in the pump as I thought. higher quality than expected. IF I had one minor comment it would be that the bottle cannot be drained completely, even overnight upside down. Not a deal killer though.

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