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Wheres the oil drain plug?

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1987 Suzuki LT230E, Manual shows the drain plug on the underside of engine, accessible through a hold on the skidplate. No plug there. Only other place I see a possible, is on the lower rear case, on the side not the bottom. Anyone know?

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