Identify this two stage pump?

by James Hurley
(Moorpark, CA, U.S.A.)

Identify this two stage compressor pump?

Identify this two stage compressor pump?

Identify this two stage compressor pump?
Identify this two stage compressor pump?
Identify this two stage compressor pump?
Identify this two stage compressor pump?

I was told this cast-iron pump is a Speedaire compressor but can find no identifying markings.


There are casting numbers on the various parts but no name anywhere.

It needs rings and bearings but without year and make I'm stuck for locating parts.

Anyone recognize this thing?

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Jan 18, 2019
Gone
by: Anonymous

Sorry, Travis! The scrap guy picked that pump up on Saturday.. It's probably well on it's way to becoming a Subaru at this point. :^(

Jan 18, 2019
junkaholic fixitman
by: travis in ok

mine has h168c cast into the pump block

Jan 18, 2019
i'd like it for parts
by: travis in ok.

did you discard it? if not i'd like to have it for parts to repair mine. I need the big rod and cylinder assy.That is ,if you are willing to part with it. let me know your terms. thanks in advance. travis

Jan 18, 2019
junkaholic fixitman
by: travis in oklahoma

I too have one of these with a 4.75 bore on first stage. badly pitted cylinder. can you get an overbore piston for it? may have to go 40-60 over bore to clean up. need the rod too. whoops!

Jan 05, 2019
Thanks!
by: Anonymous

Thanks for taking the time to respond, Doug! Couldn't afford extended down-time so I just went ahead and replaced the pump.

And Bill... Thanks for hosting such a great resource!

Dec 26, 2018
CH
by: Roger

This is a Campbell Hausfeld TK series pump.

Dec 15, 2018
Bearings and part numbers...
by: Doug in s.d.ca.

Bearings probably have part numbers on them.
Rings, not so much.

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