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Kobelco SK200 oil coolers--interchangability?

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by obleck, Mar 15, 2019.

  1. obleck

    obleck Active Member

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    Hi, hoping to find a Kobelco guru that might know the answer to this.

    I've acquired an SK200LC-4, and it's missing the oil cooler. (It was apparently removed for pressure testing, but the project was abandoned years back and it was never picked up...)

    I'm looking for a new one, which according to the parts catalog is a YN05PU0002S002

    Looking online, it seems to be pretty hard to find.

    However, there is the YN05P00007S002, for the SK200-5 series, which looks to be similar if not identical in layout, and is much more readily available. Of course I don't have dimensional drawings for either.

    Does anyone know if they are compatible?

    Thanks!
     
  2. dirthog

    dirthog Senior Member

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    Not according to Kobelco that was only used in the Mark V which was not really used in this country.
     
  3. obleck

    obleck Active Member

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    I would agree insofar as the Kobelco parts catalog is concerned, but is there a major difference between them? E.g. dimensions of mounts and plumbing connections, perhaps cooling capacity?

    I found a -4 for $3000, but an aftermarket -5 is $600.

    Also, out of curiosity, what pressure is an oil cooler typically running?
     
  4. dirthog

    dirthog Senior Member

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    Doesn't really give any of that information in the parts pages. I do know that most of the overseas machines are quite a bit different than what is built here especially the newer machines like this.