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Old 05-12-2008, 09:18:35 PM
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Could someone help with a picture of the top of a number 25 oiler like this one so I can duplicate the parts missing. Thanks Kevin
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Kevin, I've got one like it. If I can figure out which cabinet I've got it in I can snap a photo for you. The threaded pin that is used to adjust the oil flow is like the pin used on the other style Lunk's. In the center is a little decorative turning about 3/4 inch or so tall.
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Nice looking oiler Kevin! Sorry but I can't help you.
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Kevin,
Does this help. I only have pictures. Don't have the Oiler.
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