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Fuller and Johnson pump jack Engine.


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Old 01-01-2017, 12:59:03 PM
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Default Fuller and Johnson pump jack Engine.

Hi all Happy New Year.
Starting to re build a F & J pump jack Engine and found that it has a grease cup or something similar missing of the Big End of the Connecting rod (Piston Rod). I have looked all over the place and seen cups or a plug arrangement. Can anyone help please. Or if someone has one or know where I can get one from. Regards Richard (UK)
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Default Re: Fuller and Johnson pump jack Engine.

The connecting rod did not use a normal grease cup.

There was a flat "puck" with two holes drilled in it screwed into the threaded boss in the side of the connecting rod. The boss was filled with grease and the puck screwed in to push the grease into the bearing.

The two holes in the puck were to insert a pin spanner to turn the puck with.

Later models used a drilled crank shaft and a left hand threaded grease cup in the end of the crankshaft to grease the rod bearing.

In place of the puck I have seen several with a modern zerk fitting installed in the boss for greasing the con rod.

Good Luck with your project.

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Thanks Mike I will look into it.
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