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CRW 2485-01
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A temporary bracket to which to attach the magnetic chuck drill to enlarge the drain holes. The current (small) drain hole can be seen in the bore just inside of the lower centre stud.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2491-01
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The 'magnetic' drill being used to drill out (enlarge) the drain hole.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2492-01
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The larger drain hole can be seen to the front and rear in the bore .
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2493-01
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The larger drain hole can be seen to the front and rear in the bore .
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2488-01
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Drilling out the cylinder end cover to take a new pressure relief valve.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2489-01
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Drilling out the cylinder end cover to take a new pressure relief valve.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2486-01
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The resultant hole in the cylinder end cover now tapped to take a pressure relief valve.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
CRW 2487-01
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The resultant hole in the cylinder end cover now tapped to take a pressure relief valve.
Photo: Laurence Armstrong
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