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One shot oiler

Discussion in 'QUESTIONS & ANSWERS (Get Help Fast Here!)' started by 12bolts, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. 12bolts

    12bolts Global Moderator Staff Member Active Member

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    The one shot oiler for my mill has broken a couple of mounts, and the case and lid are both cracked and leak oil. The casting is just some cheap and nasty pot metal and beyond repair. All the innards are good and it still pumps oil but the reservoir is scrap.
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    Any suggestions for reusing the guts somehow, or hooking up a different method of oiling to the manifold that I have now.

    Cheers Phil

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    12bolts Global Moderator Staff Member Active Member

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    Hi brucer, that does look exactly like it.
    But here we encounter the problem of ebay. Item location USA, ships to...USA :mad:
    Search ebay Australia for manual pump oiler, zero found.

    Cheers Phil
     
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    you might check this place for pricing http://www.lubeng.com.au/L5P-Lubricator.php
     
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    12bolts Global Moderator Staff Member Active Member

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    Thanks Brucer, I have sent them an email. See what comes back.

    Ummm, errrr, yeah, cough cough, that was started by me me :eek:

    Cheers Phil
     
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    Looks very much like a Bijur system on my clone. Tried a distributor there for them?

    Interesting link on the subject:

    http://www.cnccookbook.com/CCMilllOneShot.htm

    Found this on some forum. Can't remember which one now, but it was dated back in January this year:

    [HR][/HR] Hello Everyone! Anyone having a hard time finding Bijur Delimon central lube pumps and components please let me help you. I stock these products. Could build injectors, test and ship out fast. Bijur injectors could replace Vogel and any off shore brand.
    Please e mail me at jisspecialty@gmail.com Tel: 1 905 948-8408 Thank you.
    web site: www.jisspecialty.com
     

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