YES. That is a solution to the problem of the compressors passing a lot of oil, but when you plug that hole, the compressor runs very HOT.Beyond Static said:will that burn up the compressor by not allowing oil to get into the compression chamber?
I used the compressor the first 2 days I got my bags. I used it a ton in those 2 days, which ended up using all the oil. When the new compressor comes in, I will replace the esther oil with 30w. I didnt know about that until a few weeks ago, after it burnt up. Airlift accidently shipped my new replacement compressor and clutch to some guy in Ohio, so I've got to wait another week to get it in. :flame: It's been about 3 weeks with no compressor now. :bawl:LowBlue02 said:YES. That is a solution to the problem of the compressors passing a lot of oil, but when you plug that hole, the compressor runs very HOT.
Kyle how did you blow your compressor in 2 days??? I've had mine over a year with no problems other than a couple broken belt and a busted oil/water separator. ow:
Did you empty out the esther oil that comes in it and replace it with 30w? Details, man!