OK, now that I'm in air-jitterbug heaven, I think I need an oiler, right? And I happen to have an FRL (filter regulator lubricate??) ditty, which I plumbed with quick connect on one end, and the male on the other, so I can basically stick it anywhere.
My Qs are:
Should this FRL ditty be as close to the tool as is practical? Mebbe the oil part right on the tool?? It seems to me that if I put it too far way, it's just going to oil up boucou black pipe and hose.
What oil do I put in there, and how do I know what the "feed rate" is?
If one does not have one of these oilers, can you use the tool and occasionally drop some sewing machine oil or sumpn in the air inlet? At what intervals?
I'm surprised these tools don't come with big warnings, USE OIL. Do some not need oil??
My buddy, who gave me the Dynabrade jitterbug, has used it for a number of hours with no oil, seems to still run OK. Do you think much wear/damage was done?