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Has anyone worked out a good fix for the oil port being covered by the power feed from PM? Ed
 

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I just put a power feed on my PM-727m, on mine the oil hole may be accessible but not easily (points at about 1:00) I think an extension tube with the oiler at the end is looking like the hot ticket but I'm still in the design phase ( dreaming up ideas). :eagerness:
 

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I am wondering if I need to drill a hole in the power feed bracket, just hoped someone had it all worked out. Ed
 

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Does your oil port point straight up? I would think if it does I would consider doing that. Others have mentioned this issue before but I can not remember the thread or even anything about the original posts to search.
 

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Thanks Tweinke, guess I will try that. Ed
 

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One more thought, might not hurt to post out in the questions and answers section more people might see and respond. I do not know for sure why some posts in the PM section do not get more responces
 

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When I built my X power feed (PM25) I replaced the bronze bushings with sealed ball bearings. No more oiling them. The shaft became easier to turn, too.
 
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