|May 09, 2013, 09:53 PM|
As anyone who has worked on engines as Bruce has, knows that its hard to keep oil out of places you don't want it. So it requires nothing special to lube the lower end of the engine, just let nature take is course.
|May 10, 2013, 07:37 AM|
Joined Feb 2007
Nice to read you which has not happen for me in a long time.
We both joined here in February 2007.
So I mainly wish to pass along my best regards.
Another example of oil spreading around is when fellows use a drop of oil on pinned hinges (DuBro) or point hinges (Robart) and then wonder why their hinges did not cement properly.
Best to you from Zor
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