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Re: Plumbing an accusump

Post  Lem Evans on June 17th 2016, 7:42 pm

"As long as the pump is still turning, it is not going to back flow to the pan, an will continue to move to any orifice that was designed to move the oil."

I'm on board with this. ^.

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Re: Plumbing an accusump

Post  Mustang-junky on September 25th 2016, 10:15 pm

richter69 wrote:Mines plumbed in the front, has been for 15 years or better, never a bearing failure.... Ive been on short tracks pulling the chute and still no issues.... I reused a set of bearings in 3 diff builds.

Ill leave it plumbed in the front it works for me.

Sorry for resurrecting this oldish thread, but I was wondering if you used a pressure switch?

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Post  rmcomprandy on September 26th 2016, 9:47 am

Mustang-junky wrote:
richter69 wrote:Mines plumbed in the front, has been for 15 years or better, never a bearing failure.... Ive been on short tracks pulling the chute and still no issues.... I reused a set of bearings in 3 diff builds.

Ill leave it plumbed in the front it works for me.

Sorry for resurrecting this oldish thread, but I was wondering if you used a pressure switch?

Jess

Not for the accusump usage.

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