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Rob Achenbach

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Finally figured out where the oil drip was coming from as the plug was loose and the washer is torn. It feels like a hard plastic. Can typical crush washers be used? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
 

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Finally figured out where the oil drip was coming from as the plug was loose and the washer is torn. It feels like a hard plastic. Can typical crush washers be used? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
That looks about the size of a crush washer used on the banjo bolts on disk brake calipers. you may have some laying around in your tool box.
 

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Finally figured out where the oil drip was coming from as the plug was loose and the washer is torn. It feels like a hard plastic. Can typical crush washers be used? Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Quick, cheap fix. An oil leak could get pricey in the wrong spot. NAPA had a Fishing full of copper, bronze and aluminum washers for just this purpose. Sure, no problem ditching the plastic
 

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My 782D's Kubota D600 uses a copper crush washer.

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On my 1282, I used a rubber gasket from one of my spare oil plugs from one of my GM trucks. It works fine.
 

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