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This thing has one moving part attached to a threaded rod with a nut. Surely a person that can build a log splitter can figure out how to make that work! If not, I bet if you tighten the nut, the distance between the jaws (open side of the "C") gets smaller. Close nipple (really short threaded pipe) sets on the valve after you take off the engine head. Unistrut with notch goes on spring end of valve. Then tighten the nut to compress the spring and let the keepers fall into the oil panRudi wrote: I just haven't got a clue how to put it together, or how to operate it. Some of us are not mechanics..............
dbboss wrote:I used it last night to put some back on and it worked ok. Little hard to get to, but I don't know if store bought compressor would be any better.
Jim Becker wrote:dbboss wrote:I used it last night to put some back on and it worked ok. Little hard to get to, but I don't know if store bought compressor would be any better.
I wonder if it would work better with the unistrut flipped the other side up. The nut on the allthread would no longer hold itself without some rework.
Scrivet wrote:Must not of had your coffee yet if you're stumped on this.
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