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Rumely Oil Pull L 15-25 Parts and Advice Wanted


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Another thing I was wondering about was the round piece with the hole in it and the line that goes to the carb. Does that go over the hole where the throttle rod hooks in the carb? What is supposed to go in that hole? Are there any round belt pulley covers out there to be found? What kind of spring is supposed to be on the oiler rocker arm? Just trying to get a start on getting as many parts as I can while I am working on it. That elbow I found is not from a 12-20, but a 20-30 W. Chris.
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That piece with the line atached is supposed to go on top of the starting tank that is mounted on the left fender and a priming pump goes in the small hole in that same piece. As far as springs there's no specified one just use one that doesn't have alot of tension on it. As its only needed to keep the ratchet arm against the cam lobe. Hope this helps
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Thanks Cody. That is why it has that long line on it. Is there some kind of plug that goes in the hole on the carb where the throttle rod hooks up?
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Yes it's just a small tin cover
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That piece with the line atached is supposed to go on top of the starting tank that is mounted on the left fender and a priming pump goes in the small hole in that same piece. As far as springs there's no specified one just use one that doesn't have alot of tension on it. As its only needed to keep the ratchet arm against the cam lobe. Hope this helps
..and hard to tell from the pic, but the tit where the spring hooks on on the oiler arm looks to be bust off. It's 'sposed to come out a little farther and have a groove for the spring to hook into. Like Cody said, as long as there is some spring pressure on it, it'll work.
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Finally got it moved around in the shop where I need for tear down. I took off the fenders to take to man to have them worked on. I was looking at where my air intake stack brace bolts up on the engine block, and there is some short flat bar on there with a 90 bent on top just under the manifold. The brace I have is a long angle iron piece that I got from Beiwers and cannot go there because the manifold is in the way. Am I right in assuming that this is not the right manifold for the air cleaner system I have? My guess is that the manifold broke at one time and was replaced with another type, and the air cleaner and pipes were left off as it had no intake at all when I got it. Am I going to have to look for the correct manifold or change the whole air cleaner system? I did find a recast intake pipe from a 12-20 I think and can be machined to work on mine. The pics will show the manifold and block. Looking forward to hearing from you all. Chris.
You should go by the parts book, the various parts are listed by serial number production (if there were changes).
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Yes Bubbles, I do have a Jensales parts book and will take a closer look. I do not think this tractor is supposed to have a Bennett style air cleaner as my book does not give one for it`s serial#. I have lots of time to do more research.
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I just looked at the parts book and it shows a 90 curved exhaust pipe coming out of the head with a part #c5p2631. It shows no pipe like the one it has on it now, so it must be off another model. If I could find one of those correct exhaust elbows, I might be able to use all the air intake parts I have now.
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Dave Shearns had some cast for a lightweigut as 20-35, but check with him.
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Thanks for that info. Is he the guy in New York? I think he sent me my air cleaner. do you have a phone number?

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Thanks for that info. Is he the guy in New York? I think he sent me my air cleaner. do you have a phone number?
I looked through my papers and found it. Wonder if those 20-35 castings are the same as the 15-25?
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Probably not. 20-35M & 25-40X are the same and what I saw he had.
15-25L & 20-30W are smaller and the same as each other I Think.
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Talked to Dave Shearns and informed me those are bigger and would not fit. He and a couple others I talked to are going to look for me. I also talked to a very nice fellow who has been following this post and gave me lots of good info. The governor is not the right one for this tractor or is the expansion tank. Has anyone else seen that tank up by the exhaust like mine? I have seen a couple others in pictures that have but were they factory built like this? Anyhow, I have a intake elbow and a stack with a cap on the way, so things are moving along. What a great bunch of people you all are. Thanks. Chris.
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Default Re: Rumely Oil Pull L 15-25 Parts and Advice Wanted

Here's a picture of our 1925 15-25, it has the incorrect air cleaner and the expansion tank by the exhaust. Good luck on your project.
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Looks like you have one of those like I have seen in other pictures. Mine is a 1926 and it looks like the tank has always been up there as it has no tank brackets back by the engine block. I think the tanks were placed up there some good reason, but not sure why. My parts book does not show the type of air cleaner you have Kevin, but the more I investigate, the more I see with parts not correct or may be placed wrong. Many of these tractors were changed over the years I am sure. I just want to be as close as I can to original. That is a nice looking L you have there.
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Talked to Dave Shearns and informed me those are bigger and would not fit. He and a couple others I talked to are going to look for me. I also talked to a very nice fellow who has been following this post and gave me lots of good info. The governor is not the right one for this tractor or is the expansion tank. Has anyone else seen that tank up by the exhaust like mine? I have seen a couple others in pictures that have but were they factory built like this? Anyhow, I have a intake elbow and a stack with a cap on the way, so things are moving along. What a great bunch of people you all are. Thanks. Chris.
Some tractors have been modified along the way, some even had factory updates as well.

Again if you want it to be 100% original go by the parts book. Putting the expansion tank back onto the motor requires a lot of parts.
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From what I can see your govonor is correct for the tractor, it's definetly not a later superpowered govonor
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My main concern is getting the intake and exhaust systems looking right for now. I was told that the manifold on it now is probably from a model W. As for the tank it is most likely going to stay where it is.
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My book shows a tube that the throttle shaft goes through from the carb to the governor. It is a straight tube so how does it fit on such an angle? This is also a part which is missing. The governor does look like the one in the book.
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My book shows a tube that the throttle shaft goes through from the carb to the governor. It is a straight tube so how does it fit on such an angle? This is also a part which is missing. The governor does look like the one in the book.
The carb as shown should have a tube connected to the governor, it looks as if the governor is not correct. The style with the tube connection hooks up at the bottom, there is a 2 pc casting on the bottom of the governor to accept the tube. The governor hook up you have is a later super power style.
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Looks can be deceiving I guess. The main body of that governor has a casting # c5p6891. The book has #c5p6242. It Must not be the right one.
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