Oil Dipper and Slinger
Fig. 11. Breather Assemblies
Aluminum Alloy and Cast Iron Engines
In the splash system, the dipper dips into the oil reservoir
in base of engine. It has no pump or moving parts.
Install connecting rod and dipper per engine model as
shown in Fig. 12.
Fig. 12. Connecting Rod Installation
Horizontal Crankshaft Engines
Aluminum Alloy Engines
The oil slinger is driven by the cam gear. Old style
slingers using a die cast bracket assembly have a steel
bushing between the slinger and the bracket. Replace
bracket on which the oil slinger rides if worn to a
diameter of .49" (12.4 mm) or less. Replace steel
bushing if worn. Fig. 13. Illus. 1. Newer style oil slingers
have a stamped steel bracket. Unit is one assembly.
Fig. 13. Illus. 2 and Fig. 14. Spring washer is used only
on Models 100900-130900. Inspect gear teeth, old and
new style; replace if worn.
Fig. 13. Oil Slinger and Bracket
Fig. 14. Oil Slinger and Bracket
Vertical Crankshaft Engines