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Ian Camburn

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  1. HI Alan. Thanks for replying to my post. I haven't seen the manual. Could you email it to me at [email protected] I worked out the problem of the slave piston not moving was the brass wear strip on the wedge was too tight. I also idea that oil entered the slave cylinder through oil misting. The main bearings are self lubricating but I don't know how oil travels up to the master cylinder. There are only outlet lines from the oil pump, 2 for the left and right main bearing and one for gudgeon (I think that is what it is called) I did install a valve in the slave cylinder cap that w
  2. It would be logical to have an oil feed at the top but there are no holes there. There is oil in the chamber but how does it get there? I am thinking oil mist carried over in the air feed. Hmm Still thinking.
  3. Anybody know of the oil system for a 1cwt Alldays and Onions. My hammer seized and when I pulled of the head it was a bit dry inside but I cant find out how it gets oil into the hammer section. It has an automatic oiling system for the main bearings and gudgeon but that is as far as I can see. There are no other pipes going to the cylinders.
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