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    Default Drain plug part # 2015 RTS

    Hello everyone, I need to replace a stripped drain plug on my 2015 RTS, it is the smaller one located on the right side of the bike when seated that only uses a crush washer. It is NOT the engine drain plug that requires 3 o-rings. Local dealership cannot find it listed on there parts locator....
    Thank you in advance for your help.
    Daniel

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    Part is -

    420241782

    Can-Am



    MAGNETIC DRAIN PLUG M12 X 1.5420241782

    And washer is

    https://www.cheapcycleparts.com/oemp.../copper-washer
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    You need to find a new dealership. An even better idea is to switch to a Gold Plug or Dimple plug that has a hex head instead of a 6 mm Allen.

    https://goldplug.com
    https://www.drainplugmagnets.com/canamspyder.php
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    It is odd that part number is listed as no longer available. My best guess is that BRP is in the middle of a part number change. But that does not help you, I know. But your dealer should have called BRP and asked why and explained it to you. There may even be a new part issued and not in the listings yet. Cheap Cycle does still lists it as available. You can order from there if their listing is correct.

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    It would be very beneficial if BRP switched to a hex head plug.
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    Gold Plugs going in mine on first oil change.....

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    http://www.lamonstergarage.com/show-...lug-lamonster/

    He got both plugs with a hex head on them. I just ordered a set of them.

    This not going to help with stripped threads on the plugs, but for stripped out hex key hole or the torx hole, this is the solution. I am changing both plugs to head off a problem before it catches me. Already had a problem getting hex one out, but I got it out. Neither one of them is going back in. As much as hate to leave it parked for any length of time, the new hex head plugs that a socket will fit are going back in as soon as they get here.

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