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Author Topic: Blower Lubrication  (Read 912 times)
Scott Crosby
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« on: August 08, 2014, 07:29:57 AM »

We'll the blower on my new 1947 PD 3751 is very "lubricated".   Blue smoke and burning oil smell source located.  One cylinder has very low compression 290psi at 600 rpm. Hoping it's just a dirty valve issue.  The head is ready to come off on this inline 671 to get my first look inside.   


61 GM Fishbowl TDH 4516 102" 35'
1947 GM PD 3751
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