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Post: "Liner In W42 Engine Room"

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Bud Taplin
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That other well was usually used to contain the waterlift muffler when a Perkins 4-236 engine was installed. There usually was a 3/8" to 1/2" hole drilled in the low spot of the well to drain any water into the bilge sump. Keep a cork in the hole in case any oily or contaminated water gets in the well, and pull the cork if you want to drain any clear water.

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