JEGS Pre-Lube Engine Oiler Includes:
- (3) Adapter Fittings
- 1/8 in. x 1/8 NPT
- 1/4 in. x 1/8 NPT
- 16 mm x 1.500 in. x 1/8 NPT (GM LS-Series)
Tank Dimensions: 16.900 in. L x 8.700 in. W x 8.300 in. H [6.45 lbs.]
What is an engine pre-oiler?
An engine pre-oiler, exemplified by the JEGS 23550 Pre Oiler Kit, is a system designed to pressurize and circulate oil throughout the engine before startup, preventing dry starts and reducing wear on critical components.
What is the purpose of a pre-lube pump?
The purpose of a pre-lube pump, like the JEGS 23550, is to ensure optimal lubrication by pressurizing the oil system before engine ignition. This minimizes friction, extending engine life, and enhancing overall performance.
What are the different types of oilers?
Various oiling systems exist, but the JEGS 23550 is a specialized pre-oiler kit. It offers a proactive approach to engine lubrication, delivering pressurized oil to critical components before starting for superior protection and performance.
What is the other name for an oiler?
Another term for an oiler is a pre-lube system. The JEGS 23550, known as the Masterlube Pre Oiler Kit, falls into this category, providing efficient pre-lubrication for engines, and ensuring optimal functionality and longevity.
Two questions Is this tank useable on a 2007 Jeep Wrangler 3.8 litre? Can I use a mechanical oil pressure guage rather than leaving a valve cover loose. The valve covers? They are buried.
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