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I have a used Fumoto model B109SX oil drain valve for the 919 that I will let go to for the price of shipping.
This is the one that swivels so you can adjust it's drain position. 12mm x 1.5 thread size.
I had it on my 919 for one season and then changed my mind. There is nothing wrong with it. I just went a different route.
It was installed spring of 2018 and removed spring of 2019. I do not have the original packaging, I don't know what I did with it, but everything is here.
Includes nylon protector for drain nipple, plastic elbow for draining and safety clip to prevent accidental activation of valve lever.
Here is a link to their website as well as a picture of my valve.

https://www.fumotooildrainvalve.com/B109SX.html
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How well did that fit? I saw the thread on the thing was a bit long when I went shopping lately and I was wondering if one was able to get all the oil out with that perhaps sticking up above the pan floor.

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How well did that fit? I saw the thread on the thing was a bit long when I went shopping lately and I was wondering if one was able to get all the oil out with that perhaps sticking up above the pan floor.
I had no problem with it. When I did my oil/filter change I was still able to refill with the recommended amount of oil without overfilling.

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I had no problem with it. When I did my oil/filter change I was still able to refill with the recommended amount of oil without overfilling.


Good to know. I ended up buying the competing Stahlbus product due to my concerns and its more compact size, but was still curious about the new Fumoto offering (the original ones didnít clear the tab on the oil pan). Thanks for the info.

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Good to know. I ended up buying the competing Stahlbus product due to my concerns and its more compact size, but was still curious about the new Fumoto offering (the original ones didnít clear the tab on the oil pan). Thanks for the info.
That's what I did too! LOL!
I had an original Fumoto one, found the same problem and then got the new valve.

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