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NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B

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H-MAN

03-03-2003 16:17:36




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HELLO, I JUST REBUILT THIS ENGINE AND WHEN I STARTED IT THE OIL PRESSURE CAME UP VERY QUICK. IT SEEMS TO HAVE 10 TO 12 LBS. AFTER LETTING IT RUN FOR ABOUT 30 MINUTES I DECIDED TO RECHECK VALVE ADJUSTMENT AND I DONT SEE ANY OIL FLOWING OR SQUIRTING ON THE ROCKER ASSEMBLY. HOW MUCH OIL SHOULD IT HAVE AT ROCKERS? AND WHERE SHOULD I SEE THE OIL COMING FROM ? ALSO ONE OF THE ROCKER ARM STUDS HAS A GROOVE, THE OTHER THREE DONT , DOES THIS STUD NEED TO BE IN A CERTAIN POSITION OR DOES IT MATTER WHICH HOLE IT IS INSTALLED IN? THANKS H-MAN

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rayinny

03-16-2003 17:58:33




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 Re: NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B in reply to H-MAN, 03-03-2003 16:17:36  

the general rule when having parts hot tanked was it was the assemblers responsibility to make shure all the oil passeses were cleaned out. This operation is important on engine blocks as yourcan ruin a new set of cam bearings or other engine parts if an oil passage is plugged. Same goes for drilled connecting rods. I used to use a nylon brush made for this purpose.



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H-MAN

03-03-2003 20:36:30




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 Re: NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B in reply to H-MAN, 03-03-2003 16:17:36  
Thanks Guys, The stud was in the right position but the groove was full of trash.I could not blow air thru it with 120 lbs of air pressure. I had the head done at a machine shop & they charged me for hot tanking, cleaning, and the valve job. They aparently did'nt do a very good job in the cleaning process. Again Thanks



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Gordon

03-03-2003 19:26:45




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 Re: NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B in reply to H-MAN, 03-03-2003 16:17:36  
take rocker arm bolts out and put the one with the groove up the side in the back. the oil comes in the back thru the head from the fitting from the oil filter.



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steve

03-03-2003 19:14:02




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 Re: NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B in reply to H-MAN, 03-03-2003 16:17:36  
the oil pump by the flywheel sends oil up the external little steel tube to the rear of the head. look for the fitting in the rear of the cylinder head. loosen up the fitting and see if you get a little oil flow out. inside the head, the rear mounting stud for the rocker arm shaft is the grooved one. oil goes from the steel tube fitting, into the head to this stud. the oil is pumped up the stud into the rocker arm shaft and then to each rocker arm. with the vavle cover off, you should see it dripping at several different locations.

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rudy

03-03-2003 17:49:00




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 Re: NO OIL TO ROCKER ARM ASSEMBLY : MODEL B in reply to H-MAN, 03-03-2003 16:17:36  
yes it does but i cant remember if no one else posts i will look at my book and let u know



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