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Re: oil line--to-20

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01-28-2013 11:53:37

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how do you get the brass fitting out of the block? what type wrench or w/e i cant find nothing that will fit it

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01-29-2013 02:21:17

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to purecty, 01-28-2013 11:53:37  
i need something to get it out with.

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01-29-2013 02:35:38

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to purecty, 01-29-2013 02:21:17  
its in there at an angle and i cant even get the line started back in, so i need to take the fitting out somehow. and put a new one in. thanks bill

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01-29-2013 02:38:37

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to purecty, 01-29-2013 02:35:38  
i worked on it yesterday for 3 1/2 hours. my hands hurt, my back hurts, my shoulders hurt, and im very disgusted to know i cant get a fitting loose. now my nerves are shot too bill

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01-29-2013 05:41:42

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to purecty, 01-29-2013 02:38:37  
Just blow some air into the elbow.It's right angle is a good place for accumulation of gunk and besides it's easy to warp the brass without something screwed into the hole.

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01-29-2013 05:55:43

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to 2tractors, 01-29-2013 05:41:42  
well i give up, i got a mechanic coming up sometimes today and he says they will get it out. im gonna watch and see how he does it because i have tried everything that i know, course i dont know much evidently. lol i will put a new one in if needed. thanks a lot bill

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01-30-2013 01:58:52

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 Re: oil line--to-20 in reply to purecty, 01-29-2013 05:55:43  
well got it back together and it lealks oil bad. found out it was the flare on end of line that was bad. geez. what luck i have. then my carburetor flooded while sitting there and wouldnt start. i left the gas on while waiting for the mechanic to get here. gonna put another line on today and see what happens. will let y'all know what happens. lol bill

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