[ROVERNET - UK] P6 Technial Questions

Paul Smith Paul.Smith at auroraenergy.com.au
Mon May 29 05:57:25 BST 2006

A reasonable suggestion; it would be hard to bottom the original.


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Are you sure the bolts weren't replaced at sometime in the past by something
that looked "about right"?  

I've been caught this way before - someone had rebuilt a boiler feed water
pump and hadn't picked up the fact there were two slightly different lengths
of bolt in use and the longer ones bottomed in the shorter holes; it took 8
hours to trace the problem.


~-----Original Message-----
~I am replacing the oil flex line (pipe) for the upper timing chain
~tensioner.  I am using a new line and new copper crush joint washers.  The
~root cause of the oil leak seemed to be that banjo bolts were over
~tightened and bottomed out in the castings

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