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In a Bottle,

Oil sample bottle I used were size of a large prescription bottle. I 'd run engine to stir up oil before pulling a sample. Blackstone Lab out of Fort Wayne  46806 , sends you sample kit/s , last were $28 each.

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Rule of thumb on unknown crankcases is to add oil until the oil level is at the full mark on the dip stick.

That late model engine(my my standards) will operate nicely on any diesel rated 15W40 oil.

Good luck with your project.

 

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Good truck,Great engine for the size And you have a good pump.

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On ‎2‎/‎24‎/‎2018 at 10:26 AM, Butch-Ky said:

Good truck,Great engine for the size And you have a good pump.

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yes on injection pump

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Pretty much a bullet proof engine. Be glad you didnt by an E model engine those get expensive fixing all the misc. BS. that goes wrong.

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On ‎2‎/‎26‎/‎2018 at 8:10 PM, 806 man said:

Pretty much a bullet proof engine. Be glad you didnt by an E model engine those get expensive fixing all the misc. BS. that goes wrong.

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As I remember, :blink:, in the military we ran everything up to operating temp before taking a sample.

If it's been sitting for a while, don't be concerned by a report that says iron might be on the high side.

The units that spent a lot of motor pool 'idle' time tended to be that way.

Looks good, enjoy!

Mike

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are there anymore up for grabs by chance???????

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