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Mike    Posted 02-19-2003 at 12:04:28       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Does anyone know the procedure for rebuilding surge pulsators. I have the kit with the gaskets and leathers, but I have seen rebuilt pulsators and it looks like they may be doing some grinding or polishing to the face where the slide valve rest. I would appreciate any help.

MP


Walt    Posted 02-20-2003 at 10:20:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Mike,

Where did you get the rebuild kit, I have several I want to rebuild, I also have two of the vaccume pumps.

Walt


Mike Perry    Posted 02-20-2003 at 14:36:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I get them at http://www.partsdeptonline.com/
1-800-245-8222


These are nice people and they have everything you need.

MP


Sid    Posted 02-19-2003 at 18:06:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mike if you are talking about the old pulsator that hooked up the the old five gallon bucket I hope This helps. It has been several years but as I remember we just cleaned them up real good. took them apart and used HOT soapy water. rinsed them in HOT water and then put them back together with the new leathers and gaskets. I can not remember if they had to be timed or not do not think so. We would use pulsator oil regulary just a drop or two . I do not remember doing any grinding or polishing. We paid the Surge man to fix them up one time and had to tinker wtih them to get them to work right so we just started buying parts from him and do it ourselves. Hope this will help.



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