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McCord Force Feed Oiler Cleanup


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Default McCord Force Feed Oiler Cleanup

I am looking for any available info or manual on the setup and adjustment of this oiler. Haven't been inside it yet but may needs some small parts. Have looked on line and have not found much

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Default Re: McCord Force Feed Oiler Cleanup

Here's an advert from 1934. The image will disappear eventually, so I'll just mention that it is described in the ad as a "Class SF" model? Yours look like it might be a bit earlier?



Looks like there are instructions on this navy issue model: https://maritime.org/wish/hipac-oiler.htm

Here's a big ol' drawing of the insides if you ever have a mind to take it apart: Click on it for full size
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Thank you for taking the time to post this information. Much appreciated. I took mine apart and cleaned it up. It's ready for service again. Took a while to do it right. Lots of small parts.
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