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Where is the oil drain on a 96 softail?

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2007-10-07 15:00:10
2007-10-07 15:00:10

Look on the right side (the side where the dip stick is located) there is a hose that goes down off of the oil tank to the frame. There is a Plug in the end of this hose. Remove the hose from the clip that is holding it to the frame and remove the plug.

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