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Help with old hydraulic motor and blower specs


 
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Charlie
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:59 pm    Post subject: Help with old hydraulic motor and blower specs Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I would be terribly grateful if anyone might have a moment to help me with either of the following two inquiries. I have a hydraulic motor, possibly an old one, identified on the nameplate as Haldex Hydraulics Corp., Rockford, Ill. It has two numbers: 040206 and then further below: 77101. I would love to know its specs and especially the size and type of the fitting that should screw into the threaded holes on the sides. Itís too small for ĹĒ NPT and too big for 3/8Ē NPT, and Iím not even sure itís NPT.

Second, the motor is mounted on a blower that was removed from some kind of machine. Iíve attached a picture of the blower-motor combination. Do you have any idea what the application for this kind of blower might have been. You can see the motor on the right side and a 4 inch air intake on the opposite side.
I've been thinking of rigging it up on my Bobcat 610 to blow leaves and debris.

 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 5:20 pm    Post subject: Re: Help with old hydraulic motor and blower specs Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Waste of time. Derbis blowers are in the range of 8 in wide by 48 in dia. That thing is just not going to blow many leaves. You Probably have fittings that use an o ring at the base.
 
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