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McCord force feed oiler disassembly and repair


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Default McCord force feed oiler disassembly and repair

Hey all,

I had to take apart my McCord oiler to clean it and fix a stuck open check valve, and made a video of the process. Hope this helps out someone!

https://youtu.be/oDDeEw1Wn8c

One question I have though, out of pure curiosity. Where is the outlet check valve for the metering plunger (plunger closer to gooseneck dripper)? All the other checks are accessible except for that one.

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Default Re: McCord force feed oiler disassembly and repair

That check may be at the point where the oil line enters the engine. What does that line feed?
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