Re: Oil flow mystery

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Posted by COLVIN on October 10, 2020 at 08:32:50 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Oil flow mystery posted by Tim Daley(MI) on October 10, 2020 at 07:05:03:

“Forget page numbers, means nothing as it depends on which MPC you are looking at.” I think it would take a lot of searching to find a copy of the MPC other than the one I have, if it could be found at all. So the entry was indeed a mystery to me, and would be to almost everyone else, were they interested.

“No drain plug, so why don't you loosen the oil line on the bottom at the brass inlet, p/n 9N-18679 and drain oil from there?” Because that doesn’t work: you seem not to have noticed that I said “The brass fitting at the bottom connecting to the line to the governor does not connect directly with the interior of the bottom of the canister and cannot act as a drain.” Nor do you seem to have noticed that I dismantled the whole thing.

“It's not rocket science. C'mon! We're talking about an oil change -how basic can you get? Some thing just require using common sense.” I have always admired your competence and helpfulness Tim. Such condescension and insult as this response reflects does not become you or these forums. I think they were intended to help those who need it.

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