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Looking for a source for: M90 L67 Supercharger Oil Filler Plug


Looking for a friend in Ontario who needs a M90 L67 Supercharger Oil Filler Plug for his 1997 Buick Park Avenue.

These plugs were on lots of GM Superchargers. Knowing the bolt size and thread size that would be helpful.

All GM cars at Pick n Pull with superchargers are always removed,so it's hard to even get a used one.

Ebay has a few but $5.00 for the plug and $20 for shipping isn't reasonable.

Any help would be appreciated. 

Thanks,

-G

 

Supercharger Oil Fill Drain Plug Eaton M90 M112 M62 GM Pontiac Chevy Ford Holden

 



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There's a 3800 Marketplace page on Facebook with 22000 members. Surely there'd be a member in Canada who'd have one and may drop it in an envelope.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/610292082405195



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Did he try GM?May still be stock-I still get parts for chevelles-but I have a parts guy who goes the extra mile for me.
Keep on Cruising!!!
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Dave Rose wrote:

Did he try GM?May still be stock-I still get parts for chevelles-but I have a parts guy who goes the extra mile for me.
Keep on Cruising!!!
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 First thing he tried Dave,

He went to a GM dealer......told the part was no longer available.

-G

 



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Canadian Poncho wrote:

There's a 3800 Marketplace page on Facebook with 22000 members. Surely there'd be a member in Canada who'd have one and may drop it in an envelope.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/610292082405195


 Thanks Todd , I sent him the link. This might be a good possibility for him.

I wish I knew what the thread and bolt size was, I could get a substitute much easier know that information.

-G



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Greaser wrote:
Canadian Poncho wrote:

There's a 3800 Marketplace page on Facebook with 22000 members. Surely there'd be a member in Canada who'd have one and may drop it in an envelope.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/610292082405195


 Thanks Todd , I sent him the link. This might be a good possibility for him.

I wish I knew what the thread and bolt size was, I could get a substitute much easier know that information.

-G


 Was thinking you could spin that up! Have a thread pitch gauge?



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George, if he can find a bolt for $25, buy it. The cost of fuel running around looking for a bolt will add up to $25 quick?

Unless he drives electric?

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That looks like a standard o-ring plug. Have you tried any shops that stock hydraulic fittings?

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This should help.

http://www.alliedhose.ca/products/hydraulicfittings/adapters.html



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