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Boss Part # HYD01712 – Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug

Boss Part # HYD01712 - Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug

Boss Part # HYD01712 – Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug

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Boss Part # HYD01712 – Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug is found on many RT3 Boss plows. This is located on your Hydraulic Power Unit assembly itself. The plug is located on the reservoir unit on your HPU and on the underside of the reservoir. This is used to help drain your plow fluid when you change and replace dirty hydraulic fluid throughout the season. If you notice the threads on your plug begin to wear, just buy a new one. It will save you a ton in the long run. Not only will it strip out the plug itself but it could ruin your plow reservoir and set you back much more than the cost a new drain plug.

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Boss Part # HYD01712 – Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug is found on many RT3 Boss plows. This is located on your Hydraulic Power Unit assembly itself. The plug is located on the reservoir unit on your HPU and on the underside of the reservoir. This is used to help drain your plow fluid when you change and replace dirty hydraulic fluid throughout the season. If you notice the threads on your plug begin to wear, just buy a new one. It will save you a ton in the long run. Not only will it strip out the plug itself but it could ruin your plow reservoir and set you back much more than the cost a new drain plug.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 11 in

1 review for Boss Part # HYD01712 – Hydraulic Reservoir Drain Plug

  1. 1 out of 5

    Richard Bailey (verified owner)

    What you see is NOT what you get. This is what I ordered. What arrived is the Hex socket head which I could have purchased locally. So I had to go out and find the proper socket to fit it. I had stripped out the original drain plug as I had no idea what was needed. It would be so simple for Boss to use the type of plug shown here, which can be removed by tools just about everyone owns. Why did it have to be so complicated?

    • Justin Phillips

      Richard, Sorry for the hassle on this as Boss changes it from time to time, It use to be this style all the time and for some reason they change to the hex head style.


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