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Re: Identify Hydraulic Pump & Need Some Help - Super A o

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01-27-2013 08:00:47

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Vern said: (quoted from post at 10:14:51 01/27/13) Looks like it's from a S/A


Ok, 2 questions.
#1) I have the rebuild kit for a Cub pump, but what about this one for the Super A? Where can I get a good, complete kit?
#2) Also, I cut the top off of a BIG container (2 gal maybe) of Purple Power degreaser, and let them sit for a week (I was out of town) to degrease and clean up so when I got back I could work on them. I would like to be able to bead blast them but don't have the capability to. Also, I feel like I should have put them in a parts washer, but the one I bought at an auction years ago sits in the tractor shed because I don't have a place to put it in my shop. The purple power was the easiest because of the container to put them in. Question is....I pulled them out to clean up and disassemble last night and they both had this hard, white, crystalline looking growth on them. Look at the pictures.....what is this?? It is taking a good strong wire brush to knock it off. You can see it in the crooks and crevises where I couldn't get the wire brush.

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01-27-2013 08:07:27

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 Re: Identify Hydraulic Pump & Need Some Help - Super A o in reply to RTR, 01-27-2013 08:00:47  
Looks like that cleaner has sodium hydroxide (lye) in it.

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