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Plews 55001 Lubrimatic Fluid Quart Pump, Fits Standard Quart Bottles


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Plews 55001 Lubrimatic Fluid Quart Pump, Fits Standard Quart Bottles

FEATURED Plews 55001 Lubrimatic Fluid Quart Pump, Fits Standard Quart Bottles

  • Fits Standard Quart Bottles
  • Ideal For Adding Fluids To Small Engines
  • Flexible Hose Gets Hard To Reach Fill Plugs

This pump is ideal for adding oil and other fluids to small engines and marine lower units. Flexible hose for hard-to-reach fill plugs. Quart sized. 4cc pump.

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3 comments on “Plews 55001 Lubrimatic Fluid Quart Pump, Fits Standard Quart Bottles

Jason Huber
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
This worked great. It really was self-priming and just worked really …, July 21, 2016
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Jason Huber (United States) –
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This worked great. It really was self-priming and just worked really fast. I used it with Amsoil quarts, so it didn’t fit around the top, but slid inside perfectly and reached the bottom as you can see in my photo. It really was easy to use and perfect for the intended purpose. I threw it away as I used it for rear differential lube which smells really bad and I would not want to mix fluids like that.

Great product and exactly what I need.

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J. Beck
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Cheap but worked flawlessly, April 4, 2017
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J. Beck (Sonoran Desert, USA) –
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This cheap little pump worked just awesome for me. Yeah, you might have to pump it a hundred times to get through a quart but it does the job just fine. I was able to pump 2 quarts of 90 weight gear fluid in just a matter of minutes. Previously I had bought a $10 pump from the local auto store and it immediately leaked oil all over the place while pumping. This thing did the trick I’m very happy with it. The supplied tube that goes into the bottle of a standard quart size bottle of gear oil is kind of short so I added a few inches of hose. With the additional hose it sucked up nearly every ounce.
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Average Jane
28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
My First Time, May 17, 2016
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Average Jane (Corvallis, OR) –

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I bought this with the intention of filling my transmission fluid after I dropped the pan and changed the filter on my 2011 F-150, which uses Motorcraft Mercon LV. This was my first experience doing this sort of thing; never used one of these before.

I had no trouble fitting this pump onto the Mercon LV quart bottle. Even with fitment issues, the pump will still work without a proper seal, which is a good thing because the best way to clean it after use is by sticking the straw into a bucket of water and pumping the water through it.

Something to note is the photo is NOT accurate. The bottom portion of the pump is not flexible tubing, it’s a solid straight straw which is roughly 6″ in length. The straight straw worked perfectly fine, after tilting the bottle a few ways while pumping I was able to remove all but 1/2 tablespoon of fluid. I ended up adding too much transmission fluid and had to take some out, this pump worked great for that too. It did require 3/8″ tubing to be added to the straw end, which is just a tad larger than the tubing that is on the out spout.

It took me roughly 4 minutes to pump out the entire quart, but I didn’t have the truck raised, was laying half way under it and had to pump the bottle with my arms over and behind my head with minimal room to work with. I imagine if you had proper room to work, or better yet a lift, it would take less than 2 minutes per quart.

I found the tubing to be adequate in length, roughly 17″ inches; if anything it was a little too long for what I was doing, but again the truck wasn’t raised. It’s easy enough to unclasp the tubing and add a longer or shorter piece if needed.

The one thing I found slightly frustrating, there is no way to release the suction in order to empty the fluid in the tube. This isn’t a big deal if you plan to empty the entire quart because as you begin to pump air the tube begins to empty. It can get messy if you need to check the fluid level part way through a quart bottle. What worked for me was raising the tubing as high as I could to gain a few inches of empty space in the tube, then I wedged the tube between the trans lines which held it in an upright position. When it was all said and done, I’d lost about 1 tablespoon of fluid between drips on the pan, ground and my hand.

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