Use the Jabsco Flat Tank Oil Change System to quickly and easily change oil and other fluids on cars, boats, PWC, and industrial equipment. The Flat Tank system will extract up to 50 weight oil at 70 degrees Fahrenheit through an engine's dip stick tube, usually in less than 5 minutes.
This 3.5 gallon compact, self-contained oil changer has a self-priming diaphragm pump with an easy pour spout for emptying oil when finished. It comes with a dipstick suction tube, battery clamp leads, and an ON/OFF switch to make the pumping process simpler and easier.
As with all fluids, extraction and pumping of fresh oil is much easier when warmed slightly. Attempting to change cold oil not only reduces the efficiency of the pump, but it is more difficult to get all of the old fluid out.
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Plastic with 14 quart (max) capacity tank
7 feet long with alligator clips
8 feet long, oil & heat resistant
12 or 24 VDC
Includes integral power switch
Oil Change Pumps
perfect, exactly what i was looking for
worked perfectly for my jet skis. had no trouble whatsoever, highly recommend. well worth the money
Not So Good
i used this product to change oil once a year in my Hunter 31 sailboat. It only worked four times before it failed. Difficult to find pump replacement or parts for the extraction pump.
I purchase this product to use for my Mercedes Benz SUV. The process of changing MB oil was much faster running through the dipstick. This is a must for everyone out there DIY guy who take pride of their car maintenance. Now I use it for my other vehicles and boat engine. To change oil with this product will not take more than 20 minutes and no mess process and no crawling under the car. The product is built for a long haul.
mostly good system
It works. The tank is pretty well sealed, so oil changes aren't messy, even if the changer is knocked over. The pump isn't very fast, but the pumping speed is sufficient. The only way to drain oil is by snaking the tube down the dipstick. There is not screw-on adapter for the dipstick connection.I have had mine for a few years. It doesn't pump really well any more, so I assume it need new check valves and also maybe the diaphragm. Darned if I know anyone that sells those parts. Therefore, unlike the pumps that use an impeller, which you can get anywhere, when this pump fails, you're stuck.If I could find a kit to repair the pump, I'd add two points to the rating and would recommend the unit. But otherwise, it's an expensive disposable.