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Pedlyr

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Anyone ever rebuild a Wagner N80? Trying to get the trunion apart. Now owned by Jastram.
 

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Yes I did. But I just mailed in back to Wagner and they rebuilt my ram. The cost was less than $100.00 excellent turn around time.
 

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Wagner is in Canada. The closest US distributor to you is.
Baltimore Hydraulics Inc.
708 East 25th Street
Baltimore, Maryland, 21218
Phone: 410 467-8088
Fax: 410 467-0074
Contact: Gordon Kaufman

I had these people rebuild my ty
pe N helm pumps and cylinders.
 

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Cylinder weighs about 50 lbs and is 3 ft long. I got the parts, just not the time. Thing is a PIA. Dropped it off at a local shop today. Thanks.
 

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With the N80, the trunion ball screws into the end cover. The ball has a hole drilled in it for a "reaction arm" type tool. Or I tried just using a drift. Mine was frozen pretty good. I didn't want to use heat and damage seals. I was just trying to replace plastic bushings that surround the ball.

Looks like the N40 ball is part of the end cover. There may be a set screw or dow holding it to the cyl housing, but it should unscrew.

http://www.wagnersteering.com/new-pdf/wa-dwg-parts-cylinders-N40-120-&190.pdf
 
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