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03-29-2013 09:21 PM
Crosley the hole next to the marked one (on right) is also a port... air will come out of a bolt hole too.

There are 3 rubber seals on the piston in the case. that creates 2 sections on the piston. One is reverse , the other section is used for manual 1st gear
03-29-2013 08:37 PM
zardiw OK........I found it:

03-28-2013 08:29 PM
location of Reverse Oil Port

Everybody talks about this port that's used with compressed air to both remove the rear piston AND check that it's working correctly after rebuilding it.

Only thing is Nowhere is there any information on exactly WHERE this port

Even Session's book doesn't have a picture........although he refers to the 'illustration'

Anybody got a clue?.....a picture would help.


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