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Date:         Mon, 27 Dec 2004 15:59:37 -0600
Reply-To:     wlail@OU.EDU
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From:         Warren Lail <wlail@OU.EDU>
Subject:      Re: Help! Massive oil leak from behind cooler (2.1)
Comments: cc: msutts@EARTHLINK.NET
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Hi Matt,

I concur with others regarding the oil cooler seal, but I must say that my experience (though limited) with replacing the oil cooler seal is that the job took me several hours. It turned out to be more of a task than I expected. I'm sure if I had to do it again I could probably save time, but I had a devil of a time because those short hoses going to the water pump kept me from getting in there to change that seal. Got it done, but not as easy as I thought it would be.

If I were nearby I would lend a hand!

Warren Lail 88 Westy "Billy Bones"

"So saying, the stranger backed along with me into the parlour and put me behind him in the corner so that we were both hidden by the open door. I was very uneasy and alarmed, as you may fancy, and it rather added to my fears to observe that the stranger was certainly frightened himself. He cleared the hilt of his cutlass and loosened the blade in the sheath; and all the time we were waiting there he kept swallowing as if he felt a lump in his throat."

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