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Offline Bad Xmpl

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Re: Pro Mac 610 oil tank repair
« on: May 27, 2014, 10:58:48 am »
Well, I'm back inside this again; Main problem: no bar oil.  Small hole in the top of the pickup tube. I know it would be kinda 'fudging' but can I just shorten the tube?  It IS decades old, but still flexible. I must have dinged it assembling the tank. OR....  Any suggestions as to what kind of 'hose' to use.  Seems a bit more "plasticy" than vacuum line.  Maybe some small fuel line? Whatchall think?  I hope to solve the tank leak when i back out of this.  Permatex swears their #1 or #2 will work fine in much more extreme environments than this...  I just don't want to spend the 50 bucks for the Loctite.
I would in a heartbeat if I was WORKING this saw, but it's now just more of a "principle" thing. 
Thanks for answers so far!!


 

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