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    Fantastic! Good to hear

    Fantastic!

    Good to hear
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    That is ISO 46 - lighter would be cooler running...

    That is ISO 46 - lighter would be cooler running - such as DTE24 / ISO 32 - and especially if you are frequently up near that 1500

    Long ago when I was truly uninformed I filled up a P&W Model B...
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    From back in May What weight/viscosity oil...

    From back in May



    What weight/viscosity oil is in use with the heating?
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    Amazing - X had pump on input shaft right next to...

    Amazing - X had pump on input shaft right next to brake and pair of clutch packs for Fwd/Rev. Oil in sump low on back

    Photos from those days
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    And since there isn't even a drop of oil in head...

    And since there isn't even a drop of oil in head stock proper - unless pump lifted it out of the sump - it makes you wonder IF and how long it went without oil in its over fifty years

    I refer at...
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    If I recall correctly, the shift levers attached...

    If I recall correctly, the shift levers attached to front oiling tray are ECCENTRIC mounted - allowing engagement tweaking

    Picture from those days
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    I had Ken's X before he had it. :D It has two...

    I had Ken's X before he had it. :D

    It has two strikes against it even if it is brand new.

    All straight cut gears and a very high input shaft speed

    In a small close quarters shop it is just...
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