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Hydraulic Cooling Motors update

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It is almost a full time job keeping up the information on the OEM suppliers as they are bought out ! and merge with other companys 

 This information is no longer supported 

http://www.hainzl.at..._02-2009%20.pdf

http://www.turollaoc...re/l1022491.pdf

Side cooling systems are very common and these links might be of help for getting them serviced and or repaired. 

        Many of the OEM Danfoss Hydraulic motors self destructed - internal motor veins deteriorate and the entire system must be flushed  

This is the up dated information I have found or have on file

               https://www.informationvine.com/index?qsrc=999&qo=semQuery&ad=semD&o=603917&l=sem&askid=628fe355-5d54-472b-8973-c12e2894edc3-0-iv_gsb&q=danfoss company&dqi=&am=broad&an=google_s    

Second link that might help find info or replacement

            https://www.informationvine.com/index?q=Danfoss+Hydraulic+Motors&qo=relatedSearchNarrow&o=603917&l=sem

 

             Sauer-Danfoss Pump information, you will need, copied from the OEM pump installed.

              Sample information only

Date code: 09ddcd3

Type code: 551101303210

Note! Each pump is custom and setup to match the OEM specifications.

                 This is the current information.

         When the pump information listed was used when contacting them – a Replacement pump that was setup to match the OEM unit - shipped in about 2 weeks. Sure hope it will still happen. We did contact a location in Fl. 

Contact Us

Hydraulic.net, LLC

www.hydraulic.net

6980 US-1 #107
St. Augustine, FL 32095

[email protected]
Phone: 630-543-7630

Toll Free: (877) 574-8197

Fax: (630) 543-7631

                          Contact Us  To fill out a Quote Link https://hydraulic.net/contact/     

The PDF Files are ones that where saved before all the latest changes in the corporate structure 

 Possible sources for Hydraulic Fan Motors.  

          http://www.nwrvsupply.com/category/05-05.html

The pump must match the current or OEM unit, so asking questions is a must !

          http://www.concentrichydraulics.com/_downloads/Catalogs/FanDrive_US.pdf

Rich.

Danfoss_Technical_information_11040345_SGM2Y_and_SGM3Y_Fan_Drive_Gear_Motors_TI_REV.AC_02-2009.pdf

SGM2Y, and 3Y hydraulic motors l1022491.pdf

Concentric_Hydraulic_FanDrive_US.pdf

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As I stated, I do not have much to work with.  It will take a hot wrench to remove the old.  I could then replace with all thread and a spacer and poly bushings, but not sure it is worth the bother unless replacements cost an arm and a leg.

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