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Re: Re-addressing the oil dipstick NAA

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George Marsh

11-05-2012 17:57:34

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I have an NAA, Jubilee. The spin on filter will drain back only about a quarter of an inch on the dipstick after it sits for a long time. If my menory is correct, I only bought a 5 quart bottle of synthetic oil from Wal-mart. I have a splash left in the bottle because the spin on filter doesn't take a full quart. There was no need for me to buy extra oil, because my engine doesn't use oil. I went with synthetic oil because the filter drains back and takes 10-15 seconds after sitting to fill the filter and build oil pressure. I even use NAPA gold filter, still drains back. Removed filter to confirm it drains back.

If I remember, I'll measure the length of my dipstick tomorrow.

I would think if you put an extra quart of oil in engine, it might come out someplace.

I accidently overfilled a 13 hp honda engine and it smoked like crazy.


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11-06-2012 08:31:05

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 Re: Re-addressing the oil dipstick NAA in reply to George Marsh, 11-05-2012 17:57:34  

I have the original style filter on my NAA George with a Wix cartridge filter inside the canister.(See attached Picture). I just assumed the original canister filter drained back somewhat due to it being on a 90 degree angle to the engine block. Thus causing a higher reading on the dipstick even when checked cold.

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