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Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist

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krumenacker

02-22-2019 16:38:07




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I'm rebuilding a CA. The oil lines to the governor and distributor are destroyed/missing. Just fittings on the tees/connectors, looks like they were snipped off.

I have the manuals and see where they go.

Just copper compression line? Any tips? Sizes?

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Aaron SEIA

02-23-2019 17:19:49




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Hardware store would have the ferrules. If you cut the copper smooth and don't crush it, they will slide right on.

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krumenacker

02-23-2019 16:52:55




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Thanks all, no plastic. Copper seems the best for the use. My line snips have the ferrules as brazed ridges. I'll find a place that will replace the ferrules and line, but reuse my fittings.

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Dick L

02-23-2019 05:35:47




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
I have a coil of 1/8" copper that I used for those oil lines in the past. They are not pressurized so the 1/8" plastic would work if desired. Our local NAPA told me that they sell the plastic for oil pressure gauges and didn't have the 1/8" steel in stock when I ask a few years back.



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jocco

02-23-2019 08:27:51




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to Dick L, 02-23-2019 05:35:47  
I would tell them what to do with that plastic line. You guessed it its in the category of "wouldn't throw it a stone if it was drowning."



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Aaron SEIA

02-23-2019 04:49:25




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Doesn't much matter. NAPA would have the steel brake line. Both would have the compression fittings and ferrules.

AaronSEIA



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krumenacker

02-22-2019 17:47:32




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Thanks, good hardware store or NAPA?



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Aaron SEIA

02-22-2019 17:36:34




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Yes, fittings are reusable. You will need new ferrules of course. Copper line or steel brake line works great.

AaronSEIA



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krumenacker

02-22-2019 17:13:29




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
I'm still learning with a lot of this stuff.

The copper line seems reasonable, can I reuse the fittings? They are costly little doo-dads.



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Bob Bancroft

02-22-2019 16:51:51




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
Yes copper. I think 1/8".



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cole in mo.

02-22-2019 16:50:31




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 Re: Allis CA Oil Lines to Gov/Dist in reply to krumenacker, 02-22-2019 16:38:07  
You can find the size of the line by measuring the hole in the fittings, seems as though they have a barrel shaped ferral on the end.



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