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Unknown Force Feed Lubricator ID?


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Old 05-24-2018, 11:09:14 AM
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HI! I am looking for a possible ID on this force feed lubricator. I posted a couple of pictures a while ago on the Steel Wheel Tractor section but will try again here. I bought it ten years ago or so and tore it apart and did not look at it again until a couple of months ago when I decided I might have a use for it. I got it reassembled yesterday but there are a couple of small leaks in the tank to fix so not quite done with it yet. It has single plunger pumps. The sight glasses on the pumps only drip oil if you push the bypass buttons in so you can see the oil drip. Doing this stops the oil delivery to the lube line. The oil seen dripping in the sight glasses returns to the tank. A picture of a assembled and a disassembled pumping unit. I few pictures of the pump and pump drive assembled and a couple of the assembled lubricator
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