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Offline BikerBill

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Oiler Fixed!!
« on: January 27, 2013, 09:53:49 pm »
As Al Smith suspected, there are indeed two check valves that make this oiler system work.  In my case, the one that pressurizes the oil tank was bad--air would flow both directions through the valve.  It's located behind the clutch.  I was able to just squeak it out without removing the clutch assembly.  Of course the valve has been discontinued, but I was able to snag one on eBay.  I installed the new check valve and for the first time oil flows from the oiler port.  So it looks like I'm in business.  And I did need to replace the oil discharge line that was completely missing.  Thanks for your help with this. 

 

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