wardsriverside 75-6587C compressor

by Jay Glidewell
(Topeka, KS. U.S.A.)

It looks just like this air compressor

It looks just like this air compressor

Who makes the compressor these models? It has C-9 and SCC stamped on it. Where can I get parts if I ever needed them?



Thanks,
Jay

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Jul 21, 2016
Cjhampion
by: Jay

It is a champion. It is either a AV1,BV1 or a CV1, I am not sure yet what the differences are in the models.

Jay G.

Jul 11, 2016
Tried that
by: Anonymous

That was the first thing I did but didn't want to look foolish so I looked and looked and looked again and can only find a few pics and none give the company, A post on here for one just like it said it was a Champion but I can't find any champions that even look close to it. A pic on an auction site say's theirs is a 5.6 cfm and from what's left of my tag mine says 5.7 it looks to have been sold as "spray paint" compressor. I sure open to any suggestions on where to look though,
Thanks,
Jay G

Jul 06, 2016
Wards
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Failing a better answer, try googling "v-twin compressor" and/or "two stage compressor".

Select "images" look for your pump and with any luck there may be some info if you go to the page by double-clicking the image and then the "visit page" button.

Good luck.

Let us know if you find it, please.

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Looking for manual for Wards Riverside Air Compressor

by chiuck
(Rexford, NY)

I have a Wards Riverside FCI-619031 2 cyl V configuration compressor. Have had it for many years and just keeps going. I have a 1 1/2 HP, 1725 RPM elec motor on it. I have it on a 30 gal tank. The compressor has the original 10" dual A belt pully and 4.25" on the motor. One thing I don't have is the operators manual and specification for it. Hoping someone can help me find one.

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I suspect it is a faulty check valve on Montgomery Ward/ Riverside pump

by dan maresh
(lampe, MO)

I have a 2 stage, compressor pump model 61916 from the mid-60s that was marketed as a Riverside by Montgomery Ward. It has been idle for over 40 years but it runs fine. It's powered by a 2 hp motor.

When it shuts down, air leaks from a small vented fitting on the side opposite the flywheel pulley. I suspect it is a faulty check valve but don't know where the check valve is.

Do I remove the cone shaped housing the vented fitting is attached to?

Thanks

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Jun 10, 2016
check valve
by: Dan

I get the impression, the compressor pump has no check valve to prevent bleed-off from the tank. As I recall, there was no check valve in the tank supply line with the previous set-up for this compressor so I'm still not sure how to validate the compressor is functioning properly.

Thanks for the additional information.

Jun 09, 2016
check valve
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Have a look at this:

http://www.about-air-compressors.com/tank-check-valve.html

You're likely on the right track.

Good luck.

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