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Thread: 36 T Oil Lines?

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    Default 36 T Oil Lines?

    Does anyone have any 36 Chief T Oil lines or plans for such?

    Thanks.
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    Mine have been eliminated as a lot of them were back in the day as they were prone to leaking. Might check Greer to see if they offer them.

    Tom (Rollo) Hardy
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    No go from Greer. He has clamshell covers without the hole for the T lines. Mine were eliminated also, but I thought I would like to at least have one or a pattern.
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    I am quite certain that Indian used the same T-piece as on the gaslines for the T-oillines:

    https://www.jerrygreersengineering.c...d=052ACHF44-48

    Rgds,
    speingfield1901

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsottl View Post
    I am quite certain that Indian used the same T-piece as on the gaslines for the T-oillines:
    I have not seen any pictures that support the use of the gas line T. It might be a solution, but all of the pictures I've seen, seem to be a tube into a tube at 90 degrees.

    The real question is what do they look like where they enter the clamshell valve covers? you cannot see that on assembled units.
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