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Old 09-01-2008, 18:44   #1 (permalink)
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I haven`t been on here in a while due to work and a small project that I`ve been doing. My question is : is there a tool that a person can buy to prime an engine after doing a rebuild? if so where can it be bought? I`ve been rebuilding a 302 HO for my 89 truck and I`ve put a little bit of money into it so far.I don`t have an old distributor to take apart to make one. Or can a person use a socket to do this? Thanks Gameshooter
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Re: question for the pro`s

a socket and speed wrench will work fine.
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What size socket would it take? And thanks for the responce.
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Not for sure on the size
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Old 09-14-2008, 05:47   #5 (permalink)
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I always took an old distributor and ground down the drive gear. Put a half inch electric drill on it ans spin it till oil starts coming out of the top end.
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