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bhuff30

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The nylon washer is molded onto the oil drain plug. It has a tendency to crack and fall apart over time. While I know it is a big purchase, I'd probably buy a whole new oil drain plug, or at least yank a nicer one from the junk yard.
 

2.3stangmobber

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go to autozone they will cost you like 3 bucks for a new oil drain plug and the newer ones come with a metal/rubber washer that you can reuse for a longer time than the nylon or rubber ones alone...