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  • Franz©
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    Supposedly there is a major league Deutz distributor in either Philly or Pittsburgh, but nobody can recall the name.

    According to the info that is a rotary screw compressor, so once you figure out who made it there will doubtless be at least one shop with X/R units on the shelf. You might want to talk to a banker about a second mortgage before you look at prices for an exchange compressor..

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  • Nmaine1313
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    ok ill have to look into it but day any one know what normally goes work with these compressor im just trying to figure it out before i tear into it i believe most the problems are in the heads i was wondering if any one ma know of some where i could find a used head that i could rebuild then swap them since i use the welder as my primary welder

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  • Franz©
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    First step is finding out who in Germany or surrounding turf made the compressor. That bit of information is elusive to be polite.

    You might get lucky if you can find a Deutz tractor dealer. Also look to a Cat tractor & equipment dealer for possible information.
    Deutz maintains a tight reign on parts having learned the lesson from VW going back to the 1960s.

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  • Nmaine1313
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    Hey guys I know this is a old post but I have a question I have a Miller air pak with the duetz my air compressor is not working and it blows oil out the air intake I think it’s something Wong with the valve or seals I need to tear it apart but I’m trying to get the parts together so I can tear it apart and fix it all at ones I think I need to put a new sleve and pistons ring and find all the parts to the head valve let me know if anyone have any sources for parts

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  • SPW
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    ****. Wish I would have beat you to that one. I'll have to keep a closer eye on EBay. Figured parts would come across there sooner or later. Good luck.

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  • weldorwes
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    I'm tearing into my airpak compressor this weekend new rings and sleeve found those parts nos on eBay for under 200 duetz wanted a ton for them my unit is blowing oil out the compressor hopefully this helps stop this oil in the air tank

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  • SPW
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    Thanks Jeff. I have obtained engine parts from AGCO in the past, but compressor parts are not available.
    My A/P has been a great machine. With over 10k hours on it, I can't say that it owes me too much. I service the compressor every 800 - 1000 hrs and get along very well with it. I would use the new one more often if it was capable of 50A auxiliary power. Can't argue that it is a cleaner setup.

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  • J hall
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    It's been quite a while, but I got parts from the Agco Ag equip dealer. I sure don't miss that machine.

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  • SPW
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    The seals are metric, and possibly proprietary. I have done an extensive search on them and have found nothing through other sources besides Deutz.

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  • duaneb55
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    Have you checked McMaster Carr for those cup seals?

    https://www.mcmaster.com/#cup-seals/=171bmzi


    Grainger has a selection as well.

    https://www.grainger.com/category/u-...catalog/N-113h


    Last edited by duaneb55; 04-03-2017, 08:52 AM.

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  • SPW
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    Thank you. I'll give Kraft a try. And yes, the compressor parts have become insanely expensive, if you can find any. Looking in to having new parts machined from scratch. If anyone out there needs cups seals for the unloader valve, let me know. After Deutz jumped their price from $5.50 each to $49.50 each, I decided to have these seals custom made from Viton for around $15.00 each.

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  • theweldor
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    Don't know your location, but Kraft Power in Rochester or Syracuse is a Duetz America Dealer. Just keep in mind parts aren't cheap.

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  • SPW
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    I have yet to make a call to Deutz Americas and actually talk to someone, but compressor part number searches on their website has yielded nothing.

    Just to be clear, the machine I'm referring to is a KF series, or second generation AirPak - all Deutz. I also have an MC series, or third generation machine that does have the IR55CE compressor on it. Quite a machine. It should have come standard with a high amperage auxillary generator barrel in my opinion, but still a great machine.

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  • duaneb55
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    Have yet to work on an AirPak but the compressor looks like a GHH Rand.

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  • aametalmaster
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    800-241-9886 www.deutzamericas.com

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