Your engine And Transmission Are In Harm’s Way And You Don’t know.

dimple1Dimple2Many don’t know, some don’t want to know and others forget. Motor friction creates unwanted metal particles, creating a contamination that is circulated millions of times between each of your oil changes, polishing (wearing) down the metal until the engine is worn out. These particles are measured in microns and don’t expect your oil filter to remove them all: most oil filters can’t stop particles smaller than 35 microns. Even an oil change will not remove them all. New oil in the engine  doesn’t mean non-contaminated oil, and the vast majority of vehicle owners still don’t know this…

gaugeSince many years, Dimple Magnet Plugs sells the world’s most powerful magnetic oil plugs, pulling all ferrous metals from your engine and transmission to extend their life. The stronger the magnet, the cleaner the oil. Thanks to extreme magnetism, tests after tests (yes, they are published on the company website), the Dimple oil plugs perform much better that those installed on any factory motorcycle, except of course when the manufacturer install them as original equipment. Dimple magnets work easily in all hot engine environments. Their oil magnets degrade half of 1% every one hundred years, guaranteeing that they will work for your lifetime.

Dimple Magnetic Oil Plugs for engine and transmission are available in all sizes, standard and metrics, for almost all brand and models. Don’t know how to measure your oil plugs. Go on their website or call. At your first order, they will include a gauge to help you in the future identify plug and bolt sizes. And now, watch the Dimple Strong Magnet Video demonstration.

15 Responses to “Your engine And Transmission Are In Harm’s Way And You Don’t know.”

  1. 1 monte Dec 3rd, 2013 at 10:02 am

    wow!!! Iam gettin me some of them!!!!!!

  2. 2 Brett Wagner Dec 3rd, 2013 at 11:08 am

    Will get some at my next oil change.

  3. 3 Kirk Perry Dec 3rd, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Do they have a big hex one to fit the bottom drain plug to the 1939-1964 Big Twin?

  4. 4 Mike Dec 3rd, 2013 at 11:36 am

    Buy a pack of ten small circular rare earth magnets off ebay for six bucks and put one on the outside end of your oil drain plug. Same thing. Spend the extra money on beer.

  5. 5 G. Brennard Dec 3rd, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Mike. Not true. Magnets have different strengths. And yours will fall off. Have tried that before. A magnet plug and a magnet are not the same thing.

  6. 6 Jimmy Dec 3rd, 2013 at 1:13 pm

    The article mentions some filters only catching particles down to 35 microns. H-D Twin Cam filters catch particles down to 10 microns. Stick with H-D filters and don’t worry about it.
    Plus, H-D motors haven’t been breaking down left and right for 110 years and they haven’t changed their drain plug since the Twin Cam came out so, no worries there either.
    Just change your oil and filter when the manual says to!

  7. 7 Pinhead Dec 3rd, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    HD and others have done this before, the problem is it will collect a large amount of debris into one large clump, when that large clump gets to big and falls off the magnet it will clog oil passages and devestate your oil pump.

  8. 8 Brandon Dec 3rd, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    Never thought about this. Thank you Cyril…for worrying me.

  9. 9 Mike Dec 3rd, 2013 at 10:46 pm

    I didn’t say to use your mom’s teddy bear refrigerator magnet. True rare earth neodymium magnets are not that expensive, and work just as well. Buy one and stick it to something metal and let me what you had to do to pull it off. I stick these on my oil filter and drain plug. Trust me they do not fall off.

    Never thought about the clump of metal eventually falling off inside the sump. Good point but if you have that much metal, there are other problems in that motor.

  10. 10 Kirk Perry Dec 4th, 2013 at 12:54 am

    A strong magnet would help pull old metal from horse-shoe oil tanks that were “cleaned” with nuts and kerosene, but unless they were steam-cleaned of course, they’re really not clean at all and will shed metal grime forever.

  11. 11 Terence Tory Dec 4th, 2013 at 1:13 am

    Magnets,how do they work?

  12. 12 Brandon Dec 4th, 2013 at 6:53 am

    There are tests published on Dimple’s website showing how stronger their magnets are versus factory Harley’s.

  13. 13 Dragracer1 Dec 4th, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Great idea, I understand Zipper’s sells these parts.

  14. 14 Pest Assassin Dec 4th, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Brett Wagner or anyone else thinking of getting magnets for the oil filter – buy and install the magnets now, this will let the magnets get a lot of the junk out of your system before installing new filter & oil. If you install the magnets 500 to 1000 miles before the oil & filter change your system will be that much cleaner for the new oil & filter.

  15. 15 marcinmurray Dec 5th, 2013 at 8:59 am

    I use Rogue Choppers Scavenger to flush my oil and these magnets will be a easy upgrade for getting the best oil change possible.

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