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Old 2012-06-22
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Default Moro M9 rebuild specifications

Anybody know the oiler sight glass specifications. Like how many drops per minute etc.
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Old 2012-06-24
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http://www.morousa.com/docs/Moro-PMA-Manual.pdf

Hopefully this link will work for you...
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Old 2012-06-26
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Trent,
Thanks for the reply. I have the use and maintenance manual for M9 but it doesn't give any specifications for repairs. Per the manual any adjustment or repair is to be done by the dealer. I'll keep looking and post the info if I find it.
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Old 2012-06-27
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Maybe try to call a dealer and see if they will tell you. Sorry I couldn't help!
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Old 2012-08-06
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I can tell what I've learned so far. The rotor is centered between the end covers with disposable plastic spacers or shims. The spacers disintegrate first time the pump is ran. The shims locate the bearings is the covers during assembly. Disassembly & assembly is done with pump on it's top. The rotor weighs approx. 200 lbs. and would damage parts if it wasn't upside down when a end cover is removed. Rotor is .010" from the top but more than a inch from the bottom.
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