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    Default Hydraulic drive motors (small, medium, large)

    I have more than a small quantity of brand new hydraulic motors (around 2017 manufacture date) that were spec'd as drive motors for hydraulic winches. The company was restructured, I bought some of the product lines and these motors are now surplus.

    I have Parker, White and Danfoss.

    If I put these on Ebay I'll probably get $100 a piece for the smaller sizes and the bigger ones seem to sell around $500-$1000. It will take me years to sell them all.

    If I can sell them here at a low price that gets them moved rapidly (like what I did with synthetic winch lines) that would be great. If it's a low price and they don't move quickly then the higher prices and Ebay make the most sense.

    Do any of you fellows have interest in buying hydraulic motors at, say, $100 for two of them delivered?

    Almost all have SAE O-ring ports, 1.000" keyed shafts, 2 or 4 bolt mounting flanges.

    As an example, I have around 40 of these White WP (155) series motors part number 155125A1110AAAAA http://www.cenhyd.com/pdf/white/wp_catalog.pdf

    7.6 cu/in/rev
    2-Hole, SAE A Mount, Aligned Ports, 7/8-14 UNF
    1" straight keyed shaft with 8mm internal threads
    RPM cont. 559
    RPM max. 599
    GPM cont. 16
    GPM max. 20
    Cont. tq in/lb 2285
    Max tq in/lb 2460
    Cont. PSI 2320
    Intermittent PSI 2540
    Max PSI 3480
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    No takers yet. I'm interested. Have no idea what I would do with them (yet). But if I don't buy them some use will come up as soon as they are sold out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjr6550 View Post
    No takers yet. I'm interested. Have no idea what I would do with them (yet). But if I don't buy them some use will come up as soon as they are sold out.
    I like that attitude!

    I guess we'll see how this goes then.

    I need to do Paypal to keep this endeavor organized.

    If you would like to buy please post here AND send me a private message with your email address. I will email you a Paypal invoice which you can pay with a card or paypal. Please DO NOT pay as "friends and family" or "gift" as those options complicate the process on my end.

    Thanks!

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    Got a few boxes packed up. Motors packed tight inside thick boxes packed inside another box strapped together with fiberglass tape. Two motors is 31 pounds. Post office is going to love me!

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    At two for $100 I will take a pair.

    Those are about the right size to hydraulically drive a tool designed
    for 540 rpm PTO.

    I drive a 6 foot flail mower on a Bobcat "toolcat" with one that size.

    I also think I can use some of your winch lines if you still have them.

    petersen

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    Quote Originally Posted by petersen View Post
    At two for $100 I will take a pair.

    Those are about the right size to hydraulically drive a tool designed
    for 540 rpm PTO.

    I drive a 6 foot flail mower on a Bobcat "toolcat" with one that size.

    I also think I can use some of your winch lines if you still have them.

    petersen
    Sounds great. Send me a message with what you'd like to get coming and include your email.

    Thanks!

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    You don’t happen to have any Char Lynn motors do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by true temper View Post
    You don’t happen to have any Char Lynn motors do you?
    I do not.

    A few have asked for more details on the rest. Working on a list of what I have. I believe there's 4 or 5 other motors/sizes. I have to pull the crates down and figure out each manufacturers number system so it takes a minute.

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    I will take 3 groups of 2 motors that you listed.

    Ken

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    I'll take one pack of two of the White WP (155) motors. Sending pm next.

    You're right - my postmaster is gonna hate you! (And me!)

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    Interested in larger when you get them sorted.

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    Pm sent on a pair.

    I’m also interested in a larger motor or two when you get them sorted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by petersen View Post
    At two for $100 I will take a pair.

    Those are about the right size to hydraulically drive a tool designed
    for 540 rpm PTO.

    I drive a 6 foot flail mower on a Bobcat "toolcat" with one that size.

    I also think I can use some of your winch lines if you still have them.

    petersen
    Yes, that size is what I put on the "Thrash-A-Matics" I built, however, most Skid loaders run 2500-3000 psi.
    If only the pressure rating was a wee bit higher, I'd buy a few.

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    I’ll take two at that price, gonna build a limb cutter

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    Busy this AM, but will get more info later today.

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    I would like 4 of the motors.

    Pm to follow.

    Thanks
    AJ

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    I have 11 of these White WP (155) series motors part number 155080A1110AAAAA http://www.cenhyd.com/pdf/white/wp_catalog.pdf

    4.8 cu/in/rev
    2-Hole, SAE A Mount, Aligned Ports, 7/8-14 UNF
    1" straight keyed shaft with 8mm internal threads
    RPM cont. 896
    RPM max. 960
    GPM cont. 16
    GPM max. 20
    Cont. tq in/lb 1451
    Max tq in/lb 1620
    Cont. PSI 2320
    Intermittent PSI 2540
    Max PSI 3480

    No point in a picture, they look exactly like the first ones, just higher RPM and less torque.

    More to come...

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    I have 14 of these White WP (155) series motors part number 155050A1110AAAAA http://www.cenhyd.com/pdf/white/wp_catalog.pdf

    3.0 cu/in/rev
    2-Hole, SAE A Mount, Aligned Ports, 7/8-14 UNF
    1" straight keyed shaft with 8mm internal threads
    RPM cont. 1208
    RPM max. 1500
    GPM cont. 16
    GPM max. 20
    Cont. tq in/lb 805
    Max tq in/lb 956
    Cont. PSI 2030
    Intermittent PSI 2540
    Max PSI 3480

    Again, they look the same as first pics.

    These appear new, but the data tags are removed and packaged next to the motors (they were riveted, someone removed them). I do not know why.

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    I have 6 Danfoss USA RS (200) series motors http://www.cenhyd.com/pdf/white/rs_catalog.pdf

    These also do not have a descriptive part number

    Again, the RS series pumps have specific overall lengths based on their displacement. These are 6.25" long from flange to rear. That makes them a code 200

    12.5 cu/in/rev
    2-Hole, SAE A Mount, offset Ports, 7/8-14 UNF
    1" straight keyed shaft with 8mm internal threads
    RPM cont. 300
    RPM max. 370
    GPM cont. 16
    GPM max. 20
    Cont. tq in/lb 1970
    Max tq in/lb 2640
    Cont. PSI 3050
    Intermittent PSI 1750
    Max PSI 2250

    I can add pictures if needed, but these look exactly same as the White motors.

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    And that's all the hydraulic motors at 2 for $100 delivered price.


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