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Old 09-06-2019, 12:46 PM
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Trying to find an oiler that will work for my 8" rotary table - it has 3 oil ports, looks like a BB centered in a small washer - can't seem to come up with a search term that works... Steve
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https://www.amazon.com/Lumax-LX-1174...sr=1-3-catcorr
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Old 09-06-2019, 12:58 PM
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This type of oil can is for the ball spring nipples.

https://www.zoro.com/goldenrod-oiler...00/i/G9972462/
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This type of oil can is for the ball spring nipples.

https://www.zoro.com/goldenrod-oiler...00/i/G9972462/
I usually find them at yard sales
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Thanks guys; manual for the Phase II table calls for light hyd. oil, so went with this
https://www.amazon.com/Goldenrod-561...ateway&sr=8-3&

Zoro has 'em a little cheaper, but didn't wanna buy $40 more to get free shipping.

Got a couple jobs to do in a couple weeks that'll need the rotary table, noticed the sight glass bein' kinda thirsty - the 20 oz one'll be here in about a week, so good timing... Steve
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Thanks guys; manual for the Phase II table calls for light hyd. oil, so went with this
https://www.amazon.com/Goldenrod-561...ateway&sr=8-3&

Zoro has 'em a little cheaper, but didn't wanna buy $40 more to get free shipping.

Got a couple jobs to do in a couple weeks that'll need the rotary table, noticed the sight glass bein' kinda thirsty - the 20 oz one'll be here in about a week, so good timing... Steve
Thanks for the reminder. Got two on the lathe that the PO buggered up. Ordered 20. The mill has one that seems plugged. Now I will get them all working.
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Thanks guys; manual for the Phase II table calls for light hyd. oil, so went with this
Air tool oil is a good substitute.
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Old 09-07-2019, 02:45 AM
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Good to know, Ron - with 2 tractors, the Case backhoe, a 26 foot scissor lift, 50' boom manlift, 6 yd dump and probably at least a dozen hydraulic jacks from 5 to 20 ton I should have SOMETHING around here that'll work

Main thing I wanted (once I knew what to call those oil holes) was a better oil can pump than the HF attempt at the ones I USED to have (til I tossed 'em) - the Goldenrod stuff is made here, and has high enough pressure with the tight tolerance pump to be able to overcome any spring pressure on those button oilers, even with the lighter oil... Steve
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