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Hilka Pro-Craft Oil Suction Gun 500cc £1.99 @ Screwfix
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Hilka Pro-Craft Oil Suction Gun 500cc £1.99 @ Screwfix

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Posted 27th Jan

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Removes and replaces any non-corrosive liquids with 12" flexible hose and 1 pint capacity. Suitable for use on vehicles and machinery such as gearboxes, transmissions, differentials, gear cases, lower units, crankcases etc. Knurled, thick-walled barrel for secure grip. No priming necessary to use.

Quick & Easy to Use
Knurled Thick Barrel for Secure Grip
12" Flexible Hose
1 Pint Capacity
No Priming Necessary to Use
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kinobestew12327/01/2020 20:14

Would this be good for changing oil on petrol lawnmower?



My interpretation is that its designed to suck oil etc from machinery. So I'd say yes
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Would this be good for changing oil on petrol lawnmower?
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kinobestew12327/01/2020 20:14

Would this be good for changing oil on petrol lawnmower?



My interpretation is that its designed to suck oil etc from machinery. So I'd say yes
OK whatever mate
kinobestew12327/01/2020 20:14

Would this be good for changing oil on petrol lawnmower?


Probably yes, providing the tube can find a way to the bottom of the sump. My lawn mower just gets tipped onto its side to drain the oil.
Excellent find OP
The chat here's made me realise the potential.
Just what I need for my wet sumping bike.
Cooking oil yes
I think we broke screwfix's site
Really useful for changing brake fluid too (just the reservoir)
Footsore27/01/2020 21:15

Excellent find OPThe chat here's made me realise the potential.Just what I …Excellent find OPThe chat here's made me realise the potential.Just what I need for my wet sumping bike.


Royal enfield?
furiousjammin27/01/2020 21:31

Royal enfield?


Eee but, when I were a lad they were commonly referred to as Oil Enfields or Royal Oilfields

Many a mum left searching for the Sunday roasting tin

But, no. Mine's a HD
Footsore27/01/2020 21:37

Eee but, when I were a lad they were commonly referred to as Oil Enfields …Eee but, when I were a lad they were commonly referred to as Oil Enfields or Royal OilfieldsMany a mum left searching for the Sunday roasting tinBut, no. Mine's a HD


I've got the Enfield, working my way up to the Harley
Thanks, got a very good use for this - ordered....
Searched around. Couldn't find it cheaper. Bought one.
Handy for draining the washing machine or dishwasher if it goes boobs up.
For the ££ worth a punt,I bought one(next day ordered to my nearest branch)
Thanks ssc1
Could I use this to suck the life force from people on the bus?
None in stock around me....
No stock.
furiousjammin27/01/2020 21:40

I've got the Enfield, working my way up to the Harley



HD's sales figure for last year were pretty low at 2.7% increase on previous years, so hang in there, bargains may be ahead.

Royal Enfields sales for the same period improved by 122% (not a typo) and their prices have crept up.
andymagic28/01/2020 15:19

HD's sales figure for last year were pretty low at 2.7% increase on …HD's sales figure for last year were pretty low at 2.7% increase on previous years, so hang in there, bargains may be ahead.Royal Enfields sales for the same period improved by 122% (not a typo) and their prices have crept up.


Yeah I read something similar a week ago. Gives me reassurance I've bought in the right order lol.

If I win the lottery, or my rich cousin in Africa sends me the money he keeps emailing me about, then that HD Street Bob is being bought . Safe riding mate.
furiousjammin28/01/2020 15:22

Yeah I read something similar a week ago. Gives me reassurance I've bought …Yeah I read something similar a week ago. Gives me reassurance I've bought in the right order lol.If I win the lottery, or my rich cousin in Africa sends me the money he keeps emailing me about, then that HD Street Bob is being bought . Safe riding mate.



I picked up an Interceptor in August and love the thing, which Enfield have you got?

Stay safe buddy.
andymagic28/01/2020 15:26

I picked up an Interceptor in August and love the thing, which Enfield …I picked up an Interceptor in August and love the thing, which Enfield have you got?Stay safe buddy.


I do like the interceptor.

I've got a 350 Bullet in trials trim. One of the last of the kick start and right hand gear change.

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furiousjammin28/01/2020 15:40

I do like the interceptor.I've got a 350 Bullet in trials trim. One of the …I do like the interceptor.I've got a 350 Bullet in trials trim. One of the last of the kick start and right hand gear change.[Image]



Very nice indeed, I always thought the trials trim was nicest version of the Bullet, had a good look at one when in the dealership.
I bet it's great fun blatting round the lanes.
Mine's the standard Orange crush interceptor, but I fitted some TEC 'silencers' the minute I got it home
andymagic28/01/2020 15:57

Very nice indeed, I always thought the trials trim was nicest version of …Very nice indeed, I always thought the trials trim was nicest version of the Bullet, had a good look at one when in the dealership.I bet it's great fun blatting round the lanes.Mine's the standard Orange crush interceptor, but I fitted some TEC 'silencers' the minute I got it home


Mine was a standard version but I changed the exhaust, converted from points to digital ignition, removed air box and swapped for free flow k&n, changed bars and grips, relocated all electrics and battery to a single tool box to fit the hi level exhaust. It's my baby.

I've got a zzr600, a z400 hard tail chop and a 1965 (I think) BSA Bantam D7 (currently rebuilding).

I bet your interceptor sounds good with TEC 's on!
furiousjammin28/01/2020 16:09

Mine was a standard version but I changed the exhaust, converted from …Mine was a standard version but I changed the exhaust, converted from points to digital ignition, removed air box and swapped for free flow k&n, changed bars and grips, relocated all electrics and battery to a single tool box to fit the hi level exhaust. It's my baby.I've got a zzr600, a z400 hard tail chop and a 1965 (I think) BSA Bantam D7 (currently rebuilding).I bet your interceptor sounds good with TEC 's on!



Very nicely done, it looks like it could have rolled out the factory like that. The others seems like a nice mix of interesting bikes too.
The TEC's sound glorious and are beautifully made. Other bikes include Suzuki TS185, a TS125R and a Ducati 851.
chillbill27/01/2020 21:28

Really useful for changing brake fluid too (just the reservoir)


Brake fluids corrosive, make sure you clean it out thoroughly after use.
andymagic28/01/2020 17:02

Very nicely done, it looks like it could have rolled out the factory like …Very nicely done, it looks like it could have rolled out the factory like that. The others seems like a nice mix of interesting bikes too.The TEC's sound glorious and are beautifully made. Other bikes include Suzuki TS185, a TS125R and a Ducati 851.


That was my aim to be honest. I wanted it to look like a factory trials and I think I did as good as I could. It's got same size wheels front and rear whereas official factory trials has different size front and rear and bars are slightly lower on the factory spec but without going for straight renthals, I couldn't find anything in between.

You've got quite the selection there. I'd love a motocross bike for greenlaning. And I don't think I could own a ducati. I darent ride it. My ultimate dream bike with no budget cap is the Ducati 1098TR. I love Ducatis and the distinct dry clutch sound but my god if I had one I'd walk around 24 hours a day half cocked. Lol
furiousjammin28/01/2020 19:20

That was my aim to be honest. I wanted it to look like a factory trials …That was my aim to be honest. I wanted it to look like a factory trials and I think I did as good as I could. It's got same size wheels front and rear whereas official factory trials has different size front and rear and bars are slightly lower on the factory spec but without going for straight renthals, I couldn't find anything in between.You've got quite the selection there. I'd love a motocross bike for greenlaning. And I don't think I could own a ducati. I darent ride it. My ultimate dream bike with no budget cap is the Ducati 1098TR. I love Ducatis and the distinct dry clutch sound but my god if I had one I'd walk around 24 hours a day half cocked. Lol


That's the thing with bikes like these, you can make them your own, which is just how it should be.

I'm not really a sport bike guy, but I was offered the Ducati for a price that I couldn't ignore from a mate of mine, so it's had only minor use to keep it used to being run, it's beautiful to ride in the manner it's supopsed to be ridden, but as something for getting around and having fun it's far too focused (and noisy due to carbon Termignonis) and doesn't really 'work' until you're past the point of keeping your license, plus I'm scared to death about damaging it.
Hence the Interceptor
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