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Posted March 24, 2010 - 08:56 PM

It's either a Quincy, Binks, or DeVilbiss, the whole carb is missing, and it's been sitting since 1990, when the PO's son robbed the carb right after the motor was rebuilt. A brand new carb is 160.00 delivered, but If they are the same as the 12hp Tecumseh's I have one already. I'm really thinking of putting on a 5 hp industrial motor, probably a Baldor. Love to have input on the pros and cons. The thing weigh well over 400 lbs, and the flywheel is well over 18-20 inches.Thanks, Mike

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Posted March 25, 2010 - 06:03 AM

If you could get some casting numbers off of the compressor I might be able to tell you who made the pump itself. There maybe some numbers cast into the crankcase housing. It looks like a well built, heavy duty unit.

After looking at it more the way the lines come out of the compressor head at an angle it might be a campbell-hausfield.

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Posted March 25, 2010 - 06:11 AM

Hey Mike it a Quincy. after I seen the pump I'm 99% sure that's a 1970 Quincy comperssor good luck with it. very well build comperssor and heavy James