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Tony in Mass.

01-29-2013 06:52:46

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Good job! Rustoleum? I know everyone thinks I am a butcher... so I'll admit... I hardly ever pay attention to oil gauges. They are all sparatic, old ones are clogged up, new ones are... yeah, ebay junk. You could go nuts worrying about Allis Chalmers oil gauges.... they seemed to 'lose their prime'... register 0, but break the pressure fittings, fill the line with a squirt oiler can... magic!
I just did an oil pump kit too. Without my Bridgeport, I really don't know how I would have drilled half into the steel shaft, half aluminum And tap the hole? Patience of a saint eh? It doesn't seem like that would ever losen up even without the allen key.... but.. Murphy's law would get ya if you didn't do it.....

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01-29-2013 16:38:45

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 Re: Oil pressure in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-29-2013 06:52:46  
Only on this one planet is there a guy that's been there and done that Buuuuuut maybe there's a parallel universe-- buuuut colder-- naaa they drink Carling black labels-- different species.

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Tony in Mass.

01-29-2013 16:55:55

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 Re: Oil pressure in reply to 2tractors, 01-29-2013 16:38:45  
It is good that you understand carling black label drinkers are a superior species... live long and prosper earthing.... I just thought of it. Inno said his favorite beer is B-L.... he doesn't drink >bud lite< does he? Its a wonder he gets anything done besides lay down with a bag of ice cubes on his forehead.... Got to bring him on a vacation to civilization.. Georgia sound like a good spot. Got any projects for him??

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01-30-2013 05:24:15

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 Re: Oil pressure in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-29-2013 16:55:55  
Sure we'll try and figure out which gauge is right, American made or the one from fleabay.I dought we'll have to worry about a relief valve with an added washer that won't kick in till now over 30 lbs.

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