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Old November 27th, 2009, 07:06 AM   #7
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I've seen a couple different ways to do this.

1- Take a old oil pump drive shaft and cut the teeth off the drive gear then have a shaft with a slot on it to hook up to your drill.
2- Take the drive shaft out and get a priming shaft that goes direct to the pump from the drill.

OIL PUMP PRIMING SHAFT
Special hardened steel priming shaft fits on any 3/8" or larger drill. Insert shaft into hole where distributor fits. Pressurizes oil galleys to ensure against dry starts and ruining your engine.

P4286800 Oil Pump Priming Shaft (V8) $ 7.95
http://www.jimsautoparts.com/mopar_performance_oiling.htm#oil%20pump%20priming% 20shafts
About 3/4 to the bottom.
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