May be worn oil pump, you can check that by removing the sump,
and with the sump removed it is also easy to check condition of con. rod bearings. The original pump of my 1959 Dexta was no longer available . The new pump supplied by perkins needed new connecting pipes. Cam bushes usually no problem. Rear oil seal leaking is common.
Somewhere on the internet is a very good site regarding a complete Dexta overhaul , when found will post this in new message.
In fact you need a service manual to make good job.
This post was edited by J.WJansen at 14:34:31 05/25/13.
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