Posted by Tony in Mass. on January 29, 2013 at 06:52:46 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Oil pressure posted by 2tractors on January 29, 2013 at 06:03:51:
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 gear.wow. 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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