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Glenn F.

08-17-2014 06:36:51
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This is a project for a later day, but I would like to see my '54 SC have a little more oil prssure than the 18 pounds it carries now. When I put rings in it (cylinders were like new) I installed new rof bearings (crank shaft was in spec), but I never looked at the main bearings or cam bearings. Assuming the pump to be good, what do you think my problem is? Guage is new.

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Glrnn F.

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Jerry W

08-17-2014 18:49:40
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
I am a firm believer in not fixing what ain't broke. Our old SC held less pressure than that and it was never a problem.



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Pastor John

08-17-2014 18:29:25
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
my 1949 SC always 20 psi and no problems. Does not use a drop of oil



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08-17-2014 18:22:29
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
I have a 49 and a 53 SC both run around 20lbs, I think the 53 is a little more.
Ben



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oleclint

08-17-2014 13:59:00
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
I was around a "SC in the 40 s that never had more than 18 to 20 lbs oil pres. That seemed normal for several " SC s that I have run over the yrs. Never knew of one to have problems due to the oil pres. One was used yearly to run the blower filling silos, really a little to much , but still ' hung in there. clint



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Rich10e

08-17-2014 09:25:36
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
Mine is a53 which was in real nice shape when I got it my pressure is in that 20 neck of the woods also,I always wondered if that was low but apparently not,I've never had any problems and I use it quite abit



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kevsdodge

08-17-2014 07:44:31
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
My build sheet shows my SC when new was only 20 psi. To have 18 psi is good.



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Glenn F.

08-17-2014 06:40:13
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:36:51  
Gauge



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CZ

08-17-2014 15:58:48
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 Re: SC Oil Pressure in reply to Glenn F., 08-17-2014 06:40:13  
My "43" S has run at 18 lbs for years, the original owners manual says to only worry if it drops below 15.



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