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WTB "Pipe, valve drain" for 6 Cylinder Block, Also Used in 100

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cpcooper Craig Cooper
Chico, CA, USA   USA
Getting ready to assemble my 3000 motor and realized this pipe is cracked at the threads. It screws into the bottom of the block, beneath the oil pressure relief valve, into what I believe is the oil relief passage. I looked at a 100 motor I'm also assembling, and I think it is the same pipe that threads into the bottom of the rear main bearing cap and angles down into the sump. Anyone have one rattling around they could spare? Probably not a huge deal if I just braze it up, but I'm waiting on some other parts and thought I'd give this a try. Moss number is 460-620 (unavailable) and Healey number is 1K-141.

Thanks,

Craig

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Hi Craig,
you might want to reconsider reinstalling this Tube that threads into the rear main bearing cap. Take alook at this previous post. I'm sure other people on this site will have more to say too, in favor or not.

http://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/showthread.php?92248-Rear-crank-seal-oil-leak-BN2

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