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You can see the oil feed attached at both ends clearly in this
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As I understand it, both ends were existing holes plugged with a bolt
with washer, so it's really easy to attach.<br><br>
You don't want TOO much oil to the top end, or it fills up the valve
cover, as I understand it. Wear on the #1 rocker would be a classic
sign of not enough oil to the rockers.<br><br>
- Tony Drews<br><br>
At 11:01 PM 9/17/2008, Greg & Alison Blake wrote:<br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite=""><font size=2>I have very good
evidence that my head is lacking sufficient oil supply. The shaft
on #1 rocker has gouges about 1/16” deep after 35,000 miles. Can
one of you email me a picture of where you attached a supplemental oil
feed line to your head? Has anyone ever tried opening up that
pathetic oil passage that the head/rocker pedestal interface has.
Has anyone tried tapping the end cap of the rocker shaft and connecting
an oil line directly?<br>
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