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 Posted: Tue Mar 9th, 2021 05:06 am
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Eric Vilmer
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 This may be a weird question but when it comes to mcmillan fan motors can you oil one side of the motor or do you have to oil both sides, I have a lakewood 223 from the late 80s and cannot for the life of me get the blades off, for my 2nd gen k223 I was able to oil the front port through the little hole on the blade hub using a flashlight but it was fairly difficult

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 Posted: Tue Mar 9th, 2021 08:55 am
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Tom Zapf
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YOU WILL NEED TO OIL BOTH SIDES... CAN YOU POST A PICTURE OF THE FAN AND BLADE? 

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 Posted: Thu Mar 11th, 2021 09:35 pm
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 Posted: Fri Mar 12th, 2021 09:06 am
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YES THOSE ARE FUN...MY METHOD IS TO LAY THE THING ON ITS BACK, PUT ONE FOOT ON EACH OPPOSING CORNER (BE VERY CAREFUL I STANDING ON IT SO ONE SIDE DOESNT TIP UP, REACH DOWN, GRAB THE BLADE UNDER THE CENTER HUB WITH 2 HANDS AND SEE IF IT WILL PULL UP AND OFF. BE CAREFUL YOU DONT FALL

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