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Old 04-19-2016, 07:04 PM   #1
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1 solution for adding oil to a gasser

I dont know about you guys but it is/was a pain in the arse to add oil to my 05 Pace Arrow. The fill tube is under the dash and horizontal, I was changing the oil yesterday when I was trying to figure out the easiest way to fill it back up when the hood is in the way among other things that make it impossible to get oil in. Well while I was killing brain cells it dawned on me I had a Battery powered kerosene pump that came with a torpedo heater I bought 5yrs or so back.I found batteries and low and behold MAN That made it so simple. Oil changes will be a breeze in the future, thought I would share with all
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Always nice to find solutions. Great idea.
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