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    Is there any info on these any where guys? Would like to see the guts of them. What oil to use? How to drain and fill it? I have a little oil leak on the back side. I am told there is only oil in the front and some grease on the gears on the back of the bolwer. It looks like the oil might be coming out where the blower meets the intake on the back side. If this is the case what is the easyest way to check this? Oil is getting pass the front seal back over the rotors and pushed out the back? If so is that front seal easy to change?

    Thank you so much for any input!!!!

    Matt

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    Only the front has oil. The rear is sealed greased bearings. There are no gears on the rear. This is front and rear of the motor, as mounted in a car, not you boat.

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    Thank you

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    Call Littlefield with the serial number stamped on top of the case. They'll be able to tell you when, how, and who it was built for. The number will be under the carb adapter.
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    as for oil its gear oil back in the day I used 80-90 and 2 ounces of cod liver oil makes it easy to say hey my blowers leaking

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    Update.. It is just gas unbrunt gas coming out of the back where the blower meets intake all good!!

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