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Oil pump pick up tube

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10-12-2007 17:11:20

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1949 AC B...........Have started disassembling the engine for re-build. Got to the oil pump pick up tube, and stopped. Can the tube be removed from the engine and how? I tried to turn it with a pipe wrench but did not seem to want to move. I feel that it needs to come off because of moving the block around for cleaning. Don't want to damage or break it.
Any help would be appreciated.

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Dick L

10-12-2007 18:09:28

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 Re: Oil pump pick up tube in reply to Cman, 10-12-2007 17:11:20  
It is just a 3/8 black pipe nipple. It screws out.

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10-12-2007 18:12:41

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 Re: Oil pump pick up tube in reply to Dick L, 10-12-2007 18:09:28  
Thanks Dick, I will attempt again tomorrow.

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10-14-2007 05:07:14

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 Re: Oil pump pick up tube in reply to Cman, 10-12-2007 18:12:41  
On my '47 B I removed the foot/strainer and left the pipe in as it is very tight and I didn't want to tear it up. In a couple weeks the block goes to the machine shop for new cam bearings. If the pipe is in the way I expect they will remove it and charge me extra for doing it.

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