Re: [atlas_craftsman] Re: lathe oilers
- View Sourcehttp://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=1200/Product/NEEDLE_OILER_BOTTLES
$6.99 for 3
On 4/2/2010 6:19 PM, christopher locke wrote:
> I have a little bottle of clock oil (I think LaPearls, or Tufoil, or something) in my shop, and my wife also plays oboe, and she has the same oiler, a little plastic vial about the size of your finger maybe 5" long, with a 1" or so long metal tip, very small, smaller than the ball, and I just press in the ball and put a couple drops in. They're found online as clock oilers, or pen oilers. 5 bucks is worth the vial IMHO.
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- View SourceJR...
That's it.... that's what I have.
Thanks for the link... gonna buy some more.
On Apr 2, 2010, at 6:33 PM, JR Hurd wrote:
> $6.99 for 3
- View SourceI have modified my oil cans by filing a notch into the brass tip. That
allows me to push in the spring loaded ball and then squirt some oil down the
passage. Picture what you have and what you have to do to modify your own
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