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Offline Al Smith

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Re: Oiler Doesn't Work
« on: November 18, 2012, 10:54:43 am »
Sears didn't list it with that specific part number .Evidently not too many oilers work by the hits on the internet or the same saw doesn't work on many sites because there must be a zillion of them posted .

Never the less Poulan used a type of pressurization system which used crankcase impulse pressure to move the oil from the tank to the bar .The S-25 types had it located under the flywheel . Some of the early all metal 1.9 and 2 cubers it was located on the clutch  side .

Now first of all for a type system like this to work obviously the tank would have to be able to hold pressure .Also there has to be a set of check valves some place else all it would do is suck in on one pulsation of the crankshaft and blow out on the other and nothing would happen if a check valve were inoperable in any way .I have not one clue where said items would be located .

 

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