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Re: 8n -oil coming out fill spout?

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gears

02-07-2014 05:46:55
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you know, his responses are incoherent enough that I suspected that "he" is a bot just stringing words together - but that "rant" against Bruce leads me to believe that if he is human, English is not his native language - not that there's anything wrong with speaking other languages........
Back to on topic, oil coming out the fill spout makes me think it's way overfilled (or they didn't put the expanders in the oil control rings).

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Bruce (VA)

02-07-2014 08:42:37
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 Re: 8n -oil coming out fill spout? in reply to gears, 02-07-2014 05:46:55  
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Hmmmmm........

I replied to this thread, but my reply doesn't show up here. It's in a separate thread. So, I'll just copy & paste my previous reply:



Speaking first to the oil problem.......

Overfilling is the likely cause, either from too much oil or fuel in the crankcase.

Severe blow-back from bad/improperly installed rings is also a possibility.

The absence of a baffle is also a possibility.

Now to address the troll issue.......

I was correct: as I predicted, "8N1949" did show up here again, most recently on Dec 13, 2013, this time w/ a new handle of "Pecan Okie". (see the link below)

He stayed away over a year and a half after he was outed here on April 19, 2012 as a military "poser", i.e., he was claiming to be a Navy fighter pilot w/ the Navy Cross.

We had put up w/ his incompetence, BS & rants long enough. We know exactly who he is.

This is my post from April 19, 2012 that caused his disappearance:

Are you the same Fred J Barner of Coffeyville KS, aka “skeeter” & “skeeterman” that got busted by the POW Network website for falsely representing yourself as a retired US Navy captain & pilot w/ the Navy Cross?

http://www.yesterdaystractors.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=nboard&th=905566

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 Re: 8n -oil coming out fill spout? in reply to gears, 02-07-2014 05:46:55  
Speaking first to the oil problem.......

Overfilling is the likely cause, either from too much oil or fuel in the crankcase.

Severe blow-back from bad/improperly installed rings is also a possibility.

The absence of a baffle is also a possibility.

Now to address the troll issue.......

I was correct: as I predicted, "8N1949" did show up here again, most recently on Dec 13, 2013, this time w/ a new handle of "Pecan Okie". (see the link below)

He stayed away over a year and a half after he was outed here on April 19, 2012 as a military "poser", i.e., he was claiming to be a Navy fighter pilot w/ the Navy Cross.

We had put up w/ his incompetence, BS & rants long enough. We know exactly who he is.

This is my post from April 19, 2012 that caused his disappearance:

Are you the same Fred J Barner of Coffeyville KS, aka “skeeter” & “skeeterman” that got busted by the POW Network website for falsely representing yourself as a retired US Navy captain & pilot w/ the Navy Cross?

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