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Does anyone know the size hexagon wrench to use to remove the oil plug from a toro power clear 721(38744) snow thrower?
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Use a wrench, I Think it is 1/2 inch.

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Use a wrench, I Think it is 1/2 inch.
Or a left handed spanner!


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It is 10mm

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Use a wrench, I Think it is 1/2 inch.
1/2" really?? Have you been watching reruns of Time Tunnel again?
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Welcome to SBF, Ciri. I think it would be easier and cleaner to just remove the dip stick\oil fill cap and tilt the machine back.

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Or use a vacuum/suction fluid extractor if you already have one. Suction it out of the dipstick hole and then as its sucking, tilt the machine back to suction it all out. I use one I had from years back.
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