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    Just noticed that when looking into the big end of my bowl that where the bearings are there are 2 small holes drilled on each side of the first bearing. These holes go all the way through from the looks of it. Are these suppose to be here? Wouldnt that let out the oil?

    The bowl is a berk JG conversion.

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    you claim that you get pride and satisfaction outta doing stuff yourself. I'm just wondering if you did a pole on how to properly brush your teeth and wipe your ass cause i know you like to do it right the first time. your a jerkoff and i know where your going with this. Your not building shit, the forum is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsley View Post
    you claim that you get pride and satisfaction outta doing stuff yourself. I'm just wondering if you did a pole on how to properly brush your teeth and wipe your ass cause i know you like to do it right the first time. your a jerkoff and i know where your going with this. Your not building shit, the forum is.
    for some reason I don't think you came out of the womb knowing how to brush your teeth or wipe your ass.

    I don't understand why everyone is up this guys ass for asking questions on things he's never done before.

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    I'm just taking a guess here, maybe they allow the oil to
    travel to the front of the bushing/seal area.

    Maybe Bigsley will tell us dumba$$'s the real reason.

    I thought that what these forums are for,
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    The factory puts them there, they are drains if i remember correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsley View Post
    you claim that you get pride and satisfaction outta doing stuff yourself. I'm just wondering if you did a pole on how to properly brush your teeth and wipe your ass cause i know you like to do it right the first time. your a jerkoff and i know where your going with this. Your not building shit, the forum is.

    So how do you know Gordy & Tony? What a homo. Why not sign on with your real name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsley View Post
    you claim that you get pride and satisfaction outta doing stuff yourself. I'm just wondering if you did a pole on how to properly brush your teeth and wipe your ass cause i know you like to do it right the first time. your a jerkoff and i know where your going with this. Your not building shit, the forum is.
    What a dickhead..with 6 posts should just be reading and keep your opinions to yourself. I usually don't make comments like that, but some people here like to get as much info as possible, and I'm one of them..
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    The small holes behind the seal allow oil travel to the back of the seal its self and to the shaft and fwrd bushing area (from the oil cavity) Tom

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    [QUOTE=jetboatperformance;672123]The small holes behind the seal allow oil travel to the back of the seal its self and to the shaft and fwrd bushing area (from the oil cavity) Tom

    X2 , and that is why you do not want to set the seal against the holes. Jim....... Man there is some up tight folks here!!

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    Ahh, you know what, when i saw those holes today i spaced that the seal goes infront of that. That makes sense now thinking about it.

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