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Need help IDing hammer

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by GCC, Sep 14, 2013.

  1. GCC

    GCC Well-Known Member

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    I found a hammer suspected to be 7500ft lb rand its got 6" bit and 4 3/8 mount holes but no iding onit
     

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  2. plantman.uk

    plantman.uk Well-Known Member

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    might be a rand.....but looks like an old montebert
     
  3. Gorilla Al

    Gorilla Al New Member

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    Hey guys I’m a hammer tech at Gorilla hammers in Randolph Massachusetts, the hammer in the picture looks like a old Kent 40 G. If you roll the hammer on it’s back, with the hoses facing up, there will be an adjuster on the right hand side, a nut with an allen in the center. There will be a serial number ingraved below it. The G series is Kent’s first line of hydraulic hammers. An old one but a good one. Kent is also know as FRD or Furukawa Rock Drill. Give our shop a call with any questions about hammers or hammer parts at 1781 986 3905. Thanks and have a good day.
     
  4. KSSS

    KSSS Senior Member

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    Yep it is a Kent by the markings on it.