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Old 08-21-2014, 04:56 PM
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ALL electric drills WILL eventually run into over heating issues spinning a oil pump primer because the torque load that results causes the drill to spin at a fairly high load and LOW rpm, resulting in a good deal of resistance and HEAT but not much cooling air flow thru the drill.
the simple answer is to braze a deep well socket to the upper end of the oil pump primer tool you make from a distributor or purchase than spin it with an air ratchet , which won,t result in a drill burning up its motor


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