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Hart Parr 18-36 Project Advice?


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Old 05-19-2017, 07:57:34 AM
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Default Hart Parr 18-36 Project Advice?

Hello all, I recently started working on my Hart Parr 18-36 and have run into some issues I could use advice on.

the end bearing of the cam shaft has a "sholder bolt" cast into it in which the eccentric for the oiler turns on. that stud has broken off and I have found a replacement. I am not sure how this end bearing comes off however. I cleaned up the gear on the end and it does not look like this can be removed from the shaft. does the bearing slide over it?
any help on how to get the old one out and the new one in would be great.
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I believe that gear is threaded in Left hand threads....
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Old 05-19-2017, 09:52:06 AM
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Awesome. I will take a look at it tonight and see if that is the case.
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Default Re: Hart Parr 18-36 Project advise?

That did work and I was able to get the bearing out.

Now onto my next issue. anyone know why on a Madison Kipp oiler, that a single line would fill up the cup instead of pumping?
Its acting like the line is plugged but oil does come out the other end every once and a while... not sure how to fix this.

any thoughts would be great.
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Question Re: Hart Parr 18-36 Project advise?

Somebody must have had that pump off and got a tooth out of time re assembling it. Db.
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take the line off on the bottom end and puke a #14 insulated wire thru the line it acts pluged
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Old 05-22-2017, 09:31:19 PM
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Default Re: Hart Parr 18-36 Project Advice?

It is possible to put the eccentric in wrong causing pumps not to work but I would think yours is OK since half of it pumps. I do see a gap in the lower part of the picture so maybe take a look. I think you have an obstructed tube though.
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Default Re: Hart Parr 18-36 Project Advice?

Sometimes if you turn up the adjuster all the way, and then pump the heck out of it, you can get it to clear itself. Otherwise, they are not that hard to work on, just fidgety things.
It might be worth pulling it apart to clean up all the pumps, inner passages, uptake screens, etc..
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Default Re: Hart Parr 18-36 Project Advice?

Hi Andy

There's a MK 50 fitted to my 1918 IHC Titan. It's well worth pulling the lubricator apart and thoroughly cleaning it, as it's such an important piece of kit.

Mine appeared fine, but worked so much better after it was cleaned and properly adjusted.

It's also interesting to see how it works, particularly as many of its patents are from Victorian times.

Roger
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I will give that a try but I don't think it is plugged.
| cleaned out the cup of oil and sprayed brakeclean down and tried pumping and it pumped out the breakclean like normal. Then tried it again with oil and it pooled in the cup again. I am using normal 10w-30 oil so I don't believe that is the issue but I will try to tear it apart a bit more. hopefully I can get it to take oil and try starting it as soon as I get the Mag back.
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