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#16 toomanytoys84 ONLINE  

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Posted July 20, 2016 - 06:58 PM

http://m.northerntoo...WWBIaAi0T8P8HAQ

I actually purchased one of these for a project at work. 12v setup. Dual acting. It runs 2 cylinders that pick up an A frame with a belt and tail roller that is quite heavy.

Just an idea. A lot cheaper than. 1800.

Seems like anything marked "rv" or "motorhome" is expensive

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Posted July 26, 2016 - 08:44 PM

 Got back yesterday from 4 days of 90* heat and humidity. Took some pics of the pump and cylinder for you guys to see. Now in the mean time I did pick up another used pump nearly like it from a salvaged 5th wheel with basically the same size slide out on it. I took it out in a heck of a thunder storm with torrential rain. I don't have a picture of it but it looks just like the one in my trailer.

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​I dislike windows 10 because I can't see the full picture before I post it. So it's hard to comment on it.

The pump controls the piston you see in the picture. Just thought I would let you see what I was talking about. Wife and I are going to change the pump out tomorrow.  Thanks for looking.                                                                                                                               Roger


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Posted July 27, 2016 - 01:26 PM

Took the old pump out and it looks like a direct replace with the new (old new). It started raining and I had to put things away for a while. More pics when I get back out there. Tonight I will take the spools out of the old pump and look at them. Fingers crossed that the replacement works. Thanks.                            Roger


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Posted July 28, 2016 - 09:45 PM

Got the replacement wired and full of fluid. Pushed the button and it works great. Now comes in and goes out like it did when we first bought it. Taking the old pump and specs to the Amish repair shop next week so they can see if it can be repaired. wife is so glad and so am I. New water heater for camper will be here in a couple of weeks and I can get it in so we can was dishes and ourselves in hot water. Old one rusted and leaked causing problems. Thanks guys.                       Roger.


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