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JohnDow Portable Oil Drain - 17 Gallon, 9in. High, Model# JDI-LP4

Item# 145995
Portable drain rolls on 6in. wheels. Slips under trucks and other vehicles to drain oil or anti-freeze. 38in. handle and valve for gravity draining. Drain Bowl Height in. 9, Tank Size gal. 17, Dimensions L x W x H in. 48 x 25 x 9.
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What size and location is the drain port on this?

Do you have a photo of the drains?
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The portable oil drain would have a gave valve on the side to empty by gravity. There is a red knob that you would open to drain. You can also use the air evacuation kit item #145996 to empty the oil drain. There is a 3/4" coupler that you would connect the evacuation kit to and then to an air compressor to suck the oil out into a barrel. We do not have any pictures of the drains.
 
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