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TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe

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05-09-2018 19:00:49

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Could someone please confirm what washers should be used to bolt oil pressure gauge pipe to engine.
looking at mine it appears I have 1xfelt washer and one brass I presume one either side of pipe end P.S I hate unnecessary leaks.

I want to crank motor over by hand to push oil around having fully reconditioned motor and thinking while im hand cranking motor my son can check oil pressure reading on gauge.

Don't want to fire it up if oil is not circulating correctly if that all makes sense :)


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05-10-2018 08:32:57

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 Re: TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe in reply to kaesark, 05-09-2018 19:00:49  
Those were probably copper originally.

A real auto supply may have them, or a hardware store with the cardboard drawers full of lifes necessities!

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Charles in Aus.

05-10-2018 00:46:32

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 Re: TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe in reply to kaesark, 05-09-2018 19:00:49  
It's hard slog kaesark but you can get the oil flowing with just the crank handle .
I faced the same dilemma when refitting my oil pressure guage pipe . I used red fibre plumbing washers , the sort used for tap spindles , this was eight years ago and no sign of a drip yet .
They also work really well for the fuel tap to tank joint .

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05-10-2018 00:51:48

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 Re: TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe in reply to Charles in Aus., 05-10-2018 00:46:32  
Yeah think I will go hunt down some of those washers tomorrow.

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John Deere D

05-09-2018 23:05:04

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 Re: TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe in reply to kaesark, 05-09-2018 19:00:49  
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I had 250 PSI AIR in the Shop..............

No problem pre lubing.......

Dangerous.....had the supply valve opened slowly by helper....

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05-09-2018 23:11:36

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 Re: TEA20 oil pressure gauge pipe in reply to John Deere D, 05-09-2018 23:05:04  
Holy cow not for me but you obviously know what your doing.

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