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    Michael Purpura

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    #198787

    I am still at it with this Clinton engine – replaced ignition coil, points, condenser, gapped points and plug. Still no spark. Not sure what to do to get spark

    Rebuilt Walbro carburetor

    Cleaned lower unit. What lube goes in the gear case and how much is enough? 90 wt gear oil? or grease? and what type of grease? Found a reference in a Clinton 505 manual to a 951-247 grease. But I am unable to cross reference that to a current product.

    Found an impeller at BoatSportandTackle.com. Found oil seals at McMaster Carr .475″ I.D. x .875″ O.D. x .250″ h propeller shaft seal

    If I cannot get this thing going I will have a really nice floor lamp when I am finished.

    frankr
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    #198795

    Lubriplate 105 “Motor Assembly Grease”, comes in a handy squeeze tube. NAPA Auto Parts.

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    Michael Purpura

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    #198796

    Thank you Frank. Can you tell me if I pack the entire gear case full of lubriplate 105?

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    frankr

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    #198815

    Can’t say I remember the fill plug arrangement on the Clinton, but the usual procedure is to squeeze it into the fill plug till it comes out the vent plug. So, that’s full or nearly so. Some air space for expansion is ok.

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    Michael Purpura

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    #198816

    Thanks Frank. I have the gear case opened up. I guess I will just fill it with LubriPlate 105

    I got a spark!

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    frankr

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    #198848

    That’ll work

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    GARY STEFFENEY

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    #198850

    I agree with frankr I use lubrepale on all my non shifting motors,,

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