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    #1 OFFLINE   msmack

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    • Location:australia
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    • Model:R model
    • Year:1981

    Posted 01 February 2013 - 10:56 PM

    Hi just wondering if anyone can help me I have a 1981 r 600 with a 501 compressor need to know if a 750 will go straight on to the same drive  cog also any ideas of how to get the unloader valves out of the block of the 501 have tried blowing air through the govenor line thanks



    #2 OFFLINE   Buickwrench

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    • Year:1987

    Posted 16 February 2013 - 11:10 AM

    Funny you posted this. I am, as we speak, installing a tu- flo 750 on my 87 E9 Superliner. Call Bendix with your service number and they will cross it to a 750. What sucks is that they will not accept your core. Mine set me back 1200. The truck is a heavy wrecker, and I need the added volume as sometimes I have to air up a damaged truck or trailer. Good luck- Marty




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