Topic: Re: Caterpillar Part No.7F5225 Break-in Powder
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Question: "What does it mean: Run the engine at 800 RPM for thirty minutes and it is now ready for service"?
Does it mean, ready for service as in change the oil and filter. Or, does it mean, put the engine in service, no oil or filter change required?
Thanks in advance.
Re: Caterpillar Part No.7F5225 Break-in Powder in reply to Indiana Ken, 03-04-2013 16:59:05
|Funny no mention of an oil change after, likely meant to put it in service as in oil control should be achieved by doing this. |
Possible service meant maintenance, but I believe it was an old practice that came about for whatever reason, in the era of those non turbo engines, at some point it was discontinued.
These were slow turning engines, 800 was getting close to max rpms.
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