I've only got two lines off the pump, one to each of the mains. Unless I create a new, doubled up fitting off one of these, there is no way I can feed the carb without having a free flowing situation. Typing this I've just had a thought. There is a bleed screw at the bottom of the oil pump, with the right fitting I can utilise that to feed the carb. Maybe that's where the previous owners went wrong and seized the engine......................hence the T piece. But then I still have a situation where I'm getting no oil feed from the pump to the lines. There is a small spring loaded valve in the bottom of the oil pump, which when removed allows oil to get into the lines quite freely. Replace the valve and there is no oil feed to the oil lines. And for the life of me I cannot work out how the cable attached arm is supposed to work it. I think something may be missing out of it.