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Main :  AUXILIARY OlLING FOR CYLINDER WALLS AND PISTONS - 380-E

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AUXILIARY OlLING FOR CYLINDER WALLS AND PISTONS - 380-E
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SubmitterBigKevMore Photos from BigKev   CategoryMisc Packard Photos   Last Update07/23/2018 9:10
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This illustration outlines the oil flood valve and piping that provide -the extra
lubrication for the cylinder and piston surfaces while your Packard motor is warming
up. This device accomplishes automatically with the pulling of the choke-rod
further pocketbook insurance for Packard owners. With any motor at rest, the
cylinder walls and piston surfaces have a tendency to become dry. Then, with
the rich mixture, necessarily used in starting, this dryness is aggravated by the
presence of unburned fuel. The warming up period is no longer a period of destruction
to Packard owners, due again to the simplicity and excellence in design of
this capable oil flood valve. It reduces cold motor cylinder wear to the minimum.

Picture courtesy of Roscoe Stelford

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