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Re: WD45 Oil Lines

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06-21-2002 06:45:31

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Yes, that is an oil line on top of the governor.
It gets fed right from the "T" fitting below the

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06-21-2002 07:39:27

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 Re: Re: WD45 Oil Lines in reply to Greg(Mo), 06-21-2002 06:45:31  
Thanks, Greg. Can you tell me where the line from the cylinder head goes, then? Mine goes from the T-fitting below the dipstick directly to the fitting in the head.

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06-21-2002 22:26:50

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 Re: Re: Re: WD45 Oil Lines in reply to Steve Slaughter, 06-21-2002 07:39:27  
did you get the sketch I sent you in email?

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06-22-2002 13:55:14

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 Oil Lines in reply to Greg(Mo), 06-21-2002 22:26:50  
Greg, I did get the sketch. Thanks for taking the time to help out. It was exactly what I needed. I still have to find an extra T-fitting. This morning I bought some 3/16" brake line and compression sleeves to make the additional oil line runs. Thanks again. Steve

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06-22-2002 20:50:29

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 Oil Lines in reply to Steve Slaughter, 06-22-2002 13:55:14  
Glad I could help out. Any auto parts store should have the tee fitting...and I hope you meant 5/16"
line in your post (instead of 3/16") Have fun, those engines run good!

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06-23-2002 07:39:23

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WD45 Oil Lines in reply to Greg(Mo), 06-22-2002 20:50:29  
Disregard that comment about 5/16 line....I must
have had a brain fart on that one. I thought it
was bigger tubing until I went out and looked again.

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