94667 Replacment parts if you need some

by Justin davis
(Eustis)

I have the same compressor i picked up for 45 bucks the other day and it needs a new top end(after i cracked the head and cylinder and bent the reed valve plate).


I did some research on it and came across 2 compressors with the same pump on them.

First as mentioned on the site the c and h hl4000 and secondly the central pneumatic 69667.

I figured this would be good info for those who need parts. Also they come from the same mfg since the 94667 21 gal is discontinued.

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May 14, 2016
connecting rod item#15 B
by: Kenn Penn

looking for the connecting rod item #15 B any help?
Kpenn75629@aol.com
Thank You

Dec 23, 2015
Thanks for the tip
by: Bill

Thanks for the tip about parts for the 94667, Justin.

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I'm looking for a Replacement fan for 94667

by Jeff Adkins
(Bradenton, FL)

I'm looking for a replacement fan for air compressor model 94667. The output shaft has a flat spot so the fan moves with the motor, but it rounded out the hole in the fan. Does anyone know where I might be able to get a new fan??

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Jun 11, 2016
repair parts
by: Doug in s.d.ca

If you find a source, please post to let us know!

Thanks, Doug

Jun 11, 2016
FIXED.. 2nd times a charm!
by: Anonymous

Funny.. I didn't know anyone had replied.. I ended up doing exactly this! But it took 2 tries to get it. I first drilled a pilot hole then used a self threading screw. I put the fan on so the screw would hit the flat spot of the shaft.. it worked great.. for about 20 seconds. I guessed it failed maybe due to a balance issue. So I did the same thing on the opposite side using these little machine screwa I had. I also used the HF super glue.. I put some on the shaft and a day on the screws before I tightened them. I let it sit for 24hrs.. I let it run for about 20 minutes and it's still working great! I can let it run that long because I have the "won't pump up/turn off" issue too! Haha.. time to order a gasket kit!

Jun 04, 2016
fan
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Not likely.

Consider drilling a hole for a setscrew, or even glue. Heck, maybe both.

Good luck.

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Air intake filter for 94667

by Allen
(Canton, ohio united)

I have central pneumatic model 94667 air compressor I'm in need of a new intake air filter

I have no idea where I can get one or the part number could someone help me, my email address is amugford2@neo.rr.com.

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Jul 01, 2015
Replacement parts
by: CoonDog

HL026100AV CAMPBELL HAUSFELD
HL4000 Husky
These two compressors both have same parts.. You can find the parts on Ebay.. Hope this helps..

Jun 12, 2015
Filter for 94667
by: Bill

If the compressor is no longer under warranty, and recognizing that the purpose of the intake filter on smaller air compressors is to keep "bricks and 2 x 4's" out of the intake, if this were mine I would have no problem using any intake filter from any brand of air compressor that fit.

I did a quick Google search and found many, Allen.

Remove your compressor intake filter, check the male thread size, and find one on line with comparable threads and thread location as the one you have. One that looks about the same diameter as yours is is best, and order that one.

I would have no problem using an air filter sourced like that for any of my compressors.

Bill

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Central Pneumatics gasket problem

by Brent
(Joplin, Missouri)

I have the same air compressor listed above (Model 94667) and the gasket failed in the exact same area as the photo indicates. (This is a narrow gasket area - design flaw?).

I plan on using the same gasket material (Fel-Opro cellulose sheet) and have my templates already made.

Here's the question... what gasket sealer should I use to make this seal? It looks like it may have been subjected to some heat (the assembly is finned) so that's a consideration. Maybe something that strengthens the area since its no narrow... suggestions??

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Oct 18, 2014
Found the gaskets for the 94667
by: Anonymous

Campbell Hausfeld and Husky model HL4000 are exactly the same as the #94667. Whoever makes the compressor obviously sells them to several retailers.

You can buy the head rebuild kit HL026100AV for less than $25 on ebay or lots of other web sites. It includes all gaskets, reed valves, and the head plate. And I'm guessing other HL4000 parts will fit on the #94667, too.

I know this works, just did my #94667 and now it pumps right up and shuts off.

Dec 25, 2012
UPDATE: Harbor Freight gasket set
by: Anonymous

UPDATE: I completed the repair on my air compressor and it works great!

Unlike the previous entry, it took more than an hour to make the templates and gaskets... (more like an all day project, but worth it).

Working with calipers and drafting templates it was 'doable' for the novice to make an accurate gasket set.

On the gasket that failed - while making the gasket ideal for one mating surface; that in turn made a poor fit for the opposing mating surface (bad design). But a subtle compromise made both surfaces workable with complete coverage and with plenty of margin.

On the recommendation of the parts store I chose a high heat RTV, since the gaskets were in a finned cylinder head; and being a single cylinder pump, vibration was also a consideration calling for a more flexible bondline.

The original gasket sealer (while unknown to me) looked to be a thin 'shellac' type sealer (similar to the old "Indian Head" automotive sealer. The thin rigid bond-line combined with a small footprint in one area of the machined part may have teamed up for premature failure.

The recommended Fel-pro gasket materail worked great, and I it purrs like a kitten. I can use my airtools again!!! Hope that helps... blessings on your projects guys, Brent
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Thanks for the detailed update Brent.

B.

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