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Hydraulic Fan Drive (HFD)

n8in8or

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#22
Don't beat yoirself up trying to reinvent the wheel (or hydraulic pump), @Sand . Try www.surpluscenter.com item # 9-1738-S-8 or -6 which are 8 groove or 6 groove respectively serpentine belt driven 20GPM @2200psi or 9-1737-8 or -6 12GPM @ 3000psi serpentine belt driven hydraulic pumps with a 12VDC clutch.
How much commission do you earn each time you mention Surplus Center!? :p

Yes, I’m just jealous that I don’t live so close to them. :oops:
 

n8in8or

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But they DO ship Globally! Ok, it IS damn fun to be able to walk into their showroom and actually see and handle the stuff!
I’m sure! I picture myself skipping down the aisles like Dorothy skipping down the yellow brick road to the castle in Wizard of Oz.....until I remember my bad knees.....then I walk, but even then I’m giddy!:woot::woot::woot:
 

Husker6.5

135' diagonal 16:9HD, 25KW sound!
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#25
How much commission do you earn each time you mention Surplus Center!? :p

Yes, I’m just jealous that I don’t live so close to them. :oops:
Not a damn penny, but I have known the son (Jim Burden) of the founder since I was 9 years old and he was just back from 'Nam, so for a damn long time. Plus, I have always been a tinkerer and a builder of unique devices and so a Surplus Center catalog was always close at hand and basically memorized for decades. Jim and my dad were close friends who shared a love of live steam narrow gauge trains, model railroading, Studebakers, old buses and strange road trips to fetch back things like a set of left and right hand #6 frogs for 30 lb. rail to be used when my dad, Jim and I back in the summer of '91 built almost a mile of 2' narrow gauge railroad track around the Lincoln Children's Zoo during the Zoo's expansion and renovation.
 
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