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hydraulic hammer identification

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by bunkydad, Jul 19, 2016.

  1. bunkydad

    bunkydad Active Member

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    I'm looking to purchase a used hammer for my PC200-3. I found this one online and I'm looking to see if anyone can identify the make or model. The seller says it works well just not needed anymore.

    It's in my price range if it fits. The pins are about 3 inches so it should match up with the pins on the excavator. I'd like to know how much it weighs so I can get a shipping quote.

    Any suggestions?


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  2. RBMcCloskey

    RBMcCloskey Senior Member

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    I looks like a Tramac 501.
     
  3. bunkydad

    bunkydad Active Member

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    I see on the Tramac 501 the hoses come off the sides, this one has the hoses coming from the front. The best match that I could come up with a Furukawa but I'm not sure.
     
  4. bunkydad

    bunkydad Active Member

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    Just a followup. Its a Furukawa/Kent HB20G hammer. Got it hooked up and working but it has a small leak dripping from the tool bushing. Is that something that needs to be repaired right away or can I use it for a while and fix it later?
     
  5. MrElectric03

    MrElectric03 Well-Known Member

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    As long as you are sure its hydraulic oil and not grease separation then the hammer needs a reseal. Most guys would run it until it quits and buy another before performing a reseal on an older hammer like that one.
     
  6. Marius Sagaris

    Marius Sagaris New Member

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  7. RBMcCloskey

    RBMcCloskey Senior Member

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    It looks like a Tramac.