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    Crankshaft oil with blockoff??

    Got the engine back in and the oil block off installed, but how does the crankshaft get oil now that I have the oil pump blocked off? There has to be oil in the crankcase and shaft right? Those bearings need oil dont they?

    Should be on the water Saturday!!!
    Thanks


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    Same way than before - through your intake.
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...e+engine+works

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    Just mix the gas 40:1 and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaarona1 View Post
    Got the engine back in and the oil block off installed, but how does the crankshaft get oil now that I have the oil pump blocked off? There has to be oil in the crankcase and shaft right? Those bearings need oil dont they?

    Should be on the water Saturday!!!
    Thanks

    they get the oil thru the premixed fuel

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