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Inverted Oil & Prop

smutny

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Posting for a friend, please use contact info in adverts.

INVERTED OIL SYSTEM • $1,000 • CLEANING OUT THE HANGAR • Christen inverted oil system from an AEIO-360. • Contact Scott H. Bach, Owner - located Yakima, WA USA • Telephone: 509-731-0594

SENSENICH PROPELLER • $1,900 • CLEANING OUT THE HANGAR • This propeller is off of a Lycoming IO-360. It was re-pitched by Aero Propellers. The log book says -59 , the stamping on the prop says -62. It made a Pitts S-1 go pretty fast! • Contact Scott H. Bach, Owner - located Yakima, WA USA • Telephone: 509-731-0594

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Two things.... are the pipe threads the big size for fitting that accept #10 hose on the oil valve and slobber pot?

And, don't see the oil fitting that goes into the bottom of the sump to feed the oil pump in the picture. Does it come with it?
 

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Please contact the person listed in the adverts for answers to questions.
 

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Ok I'll ask him. Seems i learned on here in BipeForum somewhere that the older ones had smaller pipe thread holes on the oil valve and the side hole and upright drain hole on the slobber pot that you were stuck using #8 hose instead of #10. This may be myth. That's why I asked.
 

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