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lubricating an S-G (wick type)

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mike_sdak
The S-G I have for my 16 briggs is a wick-type, it seems, since there is the little oil fill cap on the front end of it. What does one use to lube it? - 10 wt oil? How often?

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larry8200
If the S/G looks like this picture, the bulge under the bushing on the endcap is a reservoir to catch excess oil. I have no idea what Delco recomended, but any light oil is going to mostly evaporate over time from the rservoir, IMO you could easily do 6 drops twice a year.


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larry8200
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Originally posted by rm
I had no idea you had to oil these s-g's, is there a wick on the front too;)
The front bearings are all sealed, the rear is sealed too on the newer ones. They look like this:


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