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drain plug crush washer size 2010 brutale

does anyone know the dimensions of the crush washer for the drain plug on the 2010 brutale?

only got the oil filter and gasket for that at dealer months ago, they never told me there was a crush washer also for the drain plug.

what would wokr from the local home depot or parts store? is it alum or copper?
thanks.
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does anyone know the dimensions of the crush washer for the drain plug on the 2010 brutale?

only got the oil filter and gasket for that at dealer months ago, they never told me there was a crush washer also for the drain plug.

what would wokr from the local home depot or parts store? is it alum or copper?
thanks.

From previous thread on the question,


Size of the sump washers is: 27.8mm OD, 22.2MM ID.
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Size of the sump washers is: 27.8mm OD, 22.2MM ID.
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just use the old one
I lost mine..spent half an hour looking for a replacement and then there it was in situ on the plug..doh ! It was the Beemer not the F4 .

Copper ones I usually re anneal..cuz I feel all technical when I do that
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Ed; got better things to do with my time than change a perfectly good gasket.....

remember each time you use it, it gets smoother and seals better

I have a captive one with 327,000 mi on it and it doesn't leak

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Ed; got better things to do with my time than change a perfectly good gasket.....

remember each time you use it, it gets smoother and seals better

I have a captive one with 327,000 mi on it and it doesn't leak
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I wonder how many sump bolts have more than one gasket on on error...
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