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help feeing up drainback tube? #22998
Wed Jun 07 2006 01:32 PM
Wed Jun 07 2006 01:32 PM
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Antioch,IL
oldnfuelish Offline OP
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this milwaukee has a brass tube that raises and lowers.similar to a fry,byt with crank mechanism.the tube is stuck.whats the best way to free it up without damage?has been soaking in pb blaster for a couple of days.thanks mick


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Re: help feeing up drainback tube? #22999
Wed Jun 07 2006 05:18 PM
Wed Jun 07 2006 05:18 PM
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Santa Paula, Calif
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Probly hasn't been moved in 20-40+ years ! Hope you don't have to wait that long to FREE IT UP !
LOL

Make sure the lower unit is in working condition 1st. After removing cylinder, try a strap wrench to see if it will rotate any. It will take some time for the seals to soak-in the oil to loosen up.
DON'T GET IN A HURRY.
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