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Post  Richard on Tue 07 Oct 2014, 12:56 pm

hi after spending time geting the lubricator body in tank body then put o ring spacer wich I only had 1 off then o ring 2 in I found that the drilled hole in the lubricator body to be off set so the ram will not go threw so will ring to get new one just put this up so check if the ram fits befor puting together as it take time to screw in Sad
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Post  Richard on Fri 17 Oct 2014, 12:00 pm

thanks for new bit for lubricator Very Happy steve
spent 1 hour tacking out and putting new one in Sad
to find now the one way barings do not do the job there are ment to do as it worked for about a minute Mad any suggestion

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Post  Brian M on Fri 17 Oct 2014, 12:51 pm

Hi Richard,

I ditched the STW one after a few weeks as it did not working very well (and when it did, I had no confidence it it). You are better off with a ratchet design, as at least you can see (and hear) it going around. Most ratchets work on an injection process, so it gets a good "squirt" of oil when the ram rod fires.

Yorkshire engineering do an excellent supply of lubricators, as well as other parts and are very responsibly priced.

Good luck

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