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Komatsu PC75uu-2 pump parts

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by Jon Bradtke, Aug 10, 2019.

  1. JBGASH

    JBGASH Senior Member

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    It was a used pump from a salvage yard I found on Machinery Trader. The cost was $3000 and he also threw in 2- main travel spool valves.
     
  2. Jon Bradtke

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    Brought the pump to a hydraulic repair shop. They are confident that the pump can be saved. I told them I am on a budget and I would source the parts. They agreed to my terms. Priced out parts from both OEM (orings and specialty parts) and aftermarket (handok-Korean parts) for the rebuild. 2k in parts and they quoted 8 hrs of labor to assemble the pump. The final bill should be around $2600 vs. $4600 for a rebuild and $6500 for a new pump.
     
  3. JBGASH

    JBGASH Senior Member

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    That seems very reasonable as long as you get a good rebuild job. What hydraulic shop are you using? What type of warranty will you get?
     
  4. DK88

    DK88 Senior Member

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    Uchida me outta a good pump lol
    Those small komatsu pumps don’t last long even OEM
    But the Chinese stuff it will be fine.
     
  5. TVA

    TVA Senior Member

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    I have friend who rebuild pumps for a living, asked him about Handok. He said they used buy parts from them - but not anymore! The quality wasn’t that great in the beginning, but then went down.
    I think they use these guys now:


    https://etongmyung.m.ec21.com/