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Kevin Jones


ST. LOUIS . . . Lincoln has introduced its new Model 3665, 3667 and 3669 Truck Drains. Designed for positioning under high-clearance vehicles, these low-profile drains capture used fluids including motor oil, coolant and transmission fluid.

All three models feature a 17-gallon (65-liter) reservoir molded from lightweight, high-impact polypropylene and a six-foot (1.8-meter) discharge hose. The top of the reservoir has a large, recessed area for capturing fluid, and a removable metal screen covers the opening to keep debris out. Mounted on four, four-inch-diameter swivel casters, each truck drain has an overall height of only 7-3/4 inches (195 millimeters). Recessed pockets at each corner provide storage for drain plugs.

Model 3665 utilizes a ¾-inch camlock-style connector and cap on the discharge hose, which extends from the bottom of the reservoir and can be connected to a diaphragm pump or other fluid transfer system. Model 3667 features a rotary hand pump mounted horizontally on the front of the reservoir and discharge hose with a steel J-hook installed at the outlet. Model 3669 has a durable, 120-volt electric pump installed below the front of the reservoir. The pump utilizes a standard power outlet and discharges fluid through its hose with a steel J-hook.

For more information on Lincoln's Model 3665, 3667 and 3669 Truck Drains, contact Customer Service at 1-314-679-4200, Ext. 4410, or visit our web site at

Established in 1910, the Lincoln brand is a world leader in the manufacture and sale of lubrication and pumping equipment for industry. As part of the SKF Group based in Gothenburg, Sweden, the SKF Lubrication Business Unit headquarters is located at One Lincoln Way, St. Louis, Mo. 63120.

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10785 Indian Head Industrial Blvd
St. Louis, MO, 63132
Phone:  1.314.261.8600
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