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Old 03-04-2018, 04:44 PM
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Drained the oil on the car. Nice and clean.
Spilled some on the floor draining it into a container.
Wiped spilled oil. Funny, it "stretches" and slides across the floor instead of soaking up easily into a cloth.

Gear oil???????????? I can't smell so no way to know for sure.
Rod knock coming up as soon as I refill? No filter in stock today.
As long as it's clean, put it back in !!!

Synthetic ?

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As long as it's clean, put it back in !!!

Synthetic ?
No, I called my buddy as he has used it before. He says you cannot distinguish between the two.

At least no sawdust came out with it.

Anyone know the part number of a 327 oil filter?
The rubber seal is more inboard rather than on the rim.
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Drained the oil on the car. Nice and clean.
Spilled some on the floor draining it into a container.
Wiped spilled oil. Funny, it "stretches" and slides across the floor instead of soaking up easily into a cloth.

Gear oil???????????? I can't smell so no way to know for sure.
Rod knock coming up as soon as I refill? No filter in stock today.
Previous owned might have added some Lucas to the crankcase,i ran it for a few years ,good stuff But it is like Brians grease gun ,it gets Everywhere,, i swiched to Z Max,,little more expencive ,but if anyone read the comparison test ( independent ) study everyone would run it

just a note,,Dont ever open a tube of CV Axle greae in the shop,take it somewhere,,lol ask me how i know.
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Old 03-04-2018, 05:02 PM
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A bit of welding and polishing done today.
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No, I called my buddy as he has used it before. He says you cannot distinguish between the two.

At least no sawdust came out with it.

Anyone know the part number of a 327 oil filter?
The rubber seal is more inboard rather than on the rim.
That engine would have had a canister from the factory. The adapter on there may be different. Can't you cross the number on the filter you just removed ?
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As long as it's clean, put it back in !!!

Synthetic ?
I know you and several other are or were truck drivers ,,have you seen the test where you put a drop of regular petrolum and a drop of synthetic on an anvil and then hit them with a hammer,, Detroit diesel and Catapillar put on a demonstration when we were buying new trucks ,,

those who have not seen it try it ,,,hit it hard,, Mobil one is a good example.
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That engine would have had a canister from the factory. The adapter on there may be different. Can't you cross the number on the filter you just removed ?
DOH!....ha.....of course. I'm usually not this sleepy. It's been a long 2 weeks.
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I know you and several other are or were truck drivers ,,have you seen the test where you put a drop of regular petrolum and a drop of synthetic on an anvil and then hit them with a hammer,, Detroit diesel and Catapillar put on a demonstration when we were buying new trucks ,,

those who have not seen it try it ,,,hit it hard,, Mobil one is a good example.
Wow, this sounds like a set-up for a good laugh for you when we are all splattered with oil...
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A bit of welding and polishing done today.
Your long dormant automotive CDO is running wild with the "new" project"...
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This is why No one touch's my cars.. As for the grease gun Un-screw it just a little pull handle out and lock it out, Un-screw it push the old one out, Put new one in Screw it back together and unlock hand and push in and that's it..
That's what I do, don't understand where I went wrong. I don't use it often so but don't remember it being that bad after I got the hang it.

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That's what I do, don't understand where I went wrong. I don't use it often so but don't remember it being that bad after I got the hang it.

Brian
Not sure what your doing wrong then..
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Not sure what your doing wrong then..
Luckily I don't use it often,

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Good to see you didn't lose your touch !!!!!
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Wow, this sounds like a set-up for a good laugh for you when we are all splattered with oil...
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Lol,,no seriously ,you only use a couple or 3 drops ,,
put the regular oil on a metal surface we used an anvil,,and hit it with a 3 pound hammer ,it Evaporated ,,Gone,,same test with Mobil one NONE disappeared still covering the metal protecting it..

IF that don't work use a Quart and a sledge hammer
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