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Re: 8000 back up and running

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12-14-2012 10:47:04

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The later Minimec pumps required an oil supply line as there is no sump in these like the older Simms that was on the 8000.

How did you plumb this in when there is no port on the 8000 block for this line? I have a pump from a 8830 that I want to put on our 9000 and this is what is holding me up from doing this.


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 Re: 8000 back up and running in reply to jbirnsch, 12-14-2012 10:47:04  
You can run a small external hose from the LH side of the block over to the pump and it will get the job done.

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12-14-2012 11:58:11

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 Re: 8000 back up and running in reply to jbirnsch, 12-14-2012 10:47:04  
i have a 1969 model, mine had the port. I just got a tw35 oil line and bolted it all up and made a custom throttle line. If you want i can post a picture. My friend had this problem with his 9600 no having the port. He took brake line and ran it from the other side of his block from the oil pressure gauge.

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