US1387248A - Oil sight-feed - Google Patents

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US1387248A
US1387248A US32632519A US1387248A US 1387248 A US1387248 A US 1387248A US 32632519 A US32632519 A US 32632519A US 1387248 A US1387248 A US 1387248A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F01MACHINES OR ENGINES IN GENERAL; ENGINE PLANTS IN GENERAL; STEAM ENGINES
    • F01MLUBRICATING OF MACHINES OR ENGINES IN GENERAL; LUBRICATING INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES; CRANKCASE VENTILATING
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W. J. FACKLER.

0H. SIGHT FEED.

APPLICATION FILED sew-25, 1919.

1,387,248. 4 Patented Aug. 9, 1921.

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WESLEY J. FACKLI ER,VOF LOSANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

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Specification of Letters Patent. -Patented Aug. 9, 1921.

7 Application filed September 25,1919. se i l naezeszs, r

To all whom it may 00mm:

Be it known that I, WESLEY J. FACKLER, a citizen of the United States, residing at Los Angeles, in the county of Los Angeles and State of California, have invented'new and useful Improvements in' Oil I Sight- Feeds, of which. the following is a-specifi'cation. f i

The objects of myinvention are to provide an oil pump attachment for a motor vehicle of such a type and design as a Ford automobile; a' further object being to arrange a part of the mechanism so that my pump may be applied giving not only a sight feed but a more positive feed of 011 to a car of the make named than is had in the mechanism installed for that purpose by the makers. a Q 7 My invention consists .of the novel features herein shown, described and claimed.

Figure 1 is a side elevation showing the device as applied to the engine of the vehicle.

arrangement of the timing device to admit the application of the pump.

' Fig. 3' is an enlarged view in side elevation and partly in section showing the pump with its suction and discharge means.

Fig. 4 is a top view of'the plunger, cylinder and eccentric as shown in elevation in Fig. 3 and on the line 44.

v Fig. 5 is a detail section lllustratingthe driving connections from the'continuously rotating shaft of the engine to the pump operating shaft of my improved device.

More specifically, 1 indicates the engine of a Ford automobile having a fly wheel case 2. At the front end ofthe engine is a shaft 3 which, operating through reducing gears, usually operates atiming mechanismdirectly. 4 is an accessory bracket attached to the engine frame where is usually attached the timing mechanism." I 7 On the top of the bracket 4 is remounted the timing mechanism 5 being operated by the rotatably mounted spindle 6 on the lower end of which is fixed the beveled gear 7.

The beveled gear 7 meshes with a companion gear 8 mounted on the shaft 3, in the place 7 of the usual timing'arm.

Mounted on the spindle 6 is an eccentric 9 carrying a strap 10 which is pivotally con nected, by a pin 21, to a plunger 11. 12 is a cylinder in which the plunger operates having a cross extension 13. The extension Fig. 2 is a front elevation showing a re- 7 13 communicates with a suction tube 1 1 carrying the suction'valvc15, andiwith the discharge tube 16 carrying the. discharge valve 17 The suction tube lacommunicates with "the fly wheel case 2 while the dis charge tube 16 passes up to the dash board of the vehicle terminating in. a sight feed means 18. From the sight feed means a re-i turn tube 19 communicates with the front. endof the crank case of the engine 1 which in "a "car of the make named is opened throughout to the fly wheel case 2. m

1 The inwardly projecting finger 20 prevents the eccentric strap 10 from dropping down out of the alinement.

Inthe operation of the device, it being properly installed on the engine and car the spindle' 6 the eccentric strap 10 therethe plunger Y 11 in thecylinder 12.-

fore causing a reciprocation of When the plunger 11 makes an outward stroke a partial vacuum is formed in the extension 13 and suction tube 14 lifting the valve 15 and drawing in oil from the fly wheel case 2. As theplunger makes an'ins ward stroke the oil thus drawn from' the fly wheel case is compressed closing the valve 15 and opening'the valve 17 throughwhich the oil passes into the tube 16.

from the end of the ,tube l6'and becomes visible behind a glass of the sight feedmeans 18 from which means it flows into the forward-end of the crank case'of the engine through the tube 19 thence again make named by the builder.

The exact means shown by which vention .is carried out may be altered .someof the" The flow ,ofoil thus established passes i what without departing from the spirit thereof, as claimed.

1. In combination with a Ford engine con struction an oil sight feed comprising an ceive the timing mechanism, a spindle rotatablymounted 1n-the bracket for operat; ing the timing mechanism having a beveled gear at its lower end, a companion gear meshing with the first named gear fixed on the timing shaft in the position of the usual timing arm, an oil pump positioned on the bracket the suction means of which communicates with the fly wheel case of the engine, a discharge conduit for the pump co'mmunicating with an oil sight feed means, an oil return conduit communicating with the forward end of the crank case of the engine and means mounted on the spindle for operating the pump.- V r.

2. In combination with a Ford engine construction an oil sightfeed comprising an accessory bracket adapted to bemounted on the engine in the place of the usual timing mechanism having a crown adapted to receive the timing mechanism, a spindle r0- tatably mounted in the bracket foroperating the timing mechanism having a beveled gear at its lower end; a companion gear meshing w th the first named gear fixed on the timing shaft in the usual position of the timing arm; an oil pump cylinder positioned on thebracket having a plunger, an eccentric mounted on the spindle having a strap pivotally connected with the plunger, a suction conduit communicating between the cylinder and the fly wheel case of the enginecarryin a suction valve, a discharge conduit for t e cylinder havinga discharging valve and communicating with an oil sight feed means, and the oil sight feed means positioned'in View of a driver'having a return conduit communicating with theforward end of the engine'crank case In testimony whereof I have signed my name to this specification.

' W. J. FACKLER. V

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US3367446A (en) * 1963-10-05 1968-02-06 Higgs Electrical & Mechanical Motor vehicle incorporating an improved lubrication system

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US3367446A (en) * 1963-10-05 1968-02-06 Higgs Electrical & Mechanical Motor vehicle incorporating an improved lubrication system

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