DESCRIPTION: 1920s Automobile Bearings & Lubrication
This 1920s book provides a general guide to the most common types of automobile bearings used in the U.S. made automobiles of this period including plain, ball and roller bearings including the design, care and lubrication. The book also describes chassis and engine lubrication methods and devices including splash lubrication systems, pressure-fed lubrication systems, lubricating over-head-valve mechanism, oil pumps, oil regulators, oil filters and rectifiers, oil level gauges and oil pressure gauges. It is titled "Automobile bearings and lubrication" and was published by International textbook Company in the USA in 1928. It is a hard-cover book of 140 pages and is in generally good original condition showing general wear from use. The covers show minor marks and surface wear. The binding is still in good order. The inside pages are generally good with some marks and creases. It measures approx 7 by 5 inches in size.
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