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I 60 perkins oil pressure

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CWL

05-27-2003 08:02:19




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Can anyone tell me the proper oil pressure for an I60 backhoe with a perkins 4 cylinder gas engine. Looked in the manual and couldn't find it. The factory gage works, but is reading kind of low when everything gets warmed up. I want to hook up a master gage to it to check it out, but I'm not sure what to look for. Some of those old engines are supposed to be low pressure. Thanks.




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RD

05-27-2003 20:25:33




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 Re: I 60 perkins oil pressure in reply to CWL, 05-27-2003 08:02:19  
The engine is ALLIS CHALMERS own 160 ci.gas engine.I beleive 15psi at idle was okay.RD



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CWL

05-28-2003 05:39:31




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 Re: Re: I 60 perkins oil pressure in reply to RD, 05-27-2003 20:25:33  
Thanks



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Brutus

05-27-2003 14:37:26




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 Re: I 60 perkins oil pressure in reply to CWL, 05-27-2003 08:02:19  
you sure about that being a perkins gas?



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CWL

05-27-2003 14:54:43




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 Re: Re: I 60 perkins oil pressure in reply to Brutus, 05-27-2003 14:37:26  
I'm positive about the 4 cylinder gas part. The guy that the backhoe came from said it was a perkins. He had it since the early 80's. He is a farmer and is familiar with different makes of motors and such. That said I haven't personally look for the make of the motor such as a casting mark or stamp. I think that the tractor is like an industrial D15, but I'm not positive about that.



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Sid

05-27-2003 16:36:01




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 Re: Re: Re: I 60 perkins oil pressure in reply to CWL, 05-27-2003 14:54:43  
I have a 170 with a Perkins deisel. I am with Brutus on this are you sure it is a Perkins? I have never heard of a Perkins Gas.



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