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Old 01-07-2012, 03:12 PM   #1
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So the compressor i have been asking about is in fact a Lincoln pump with a Ge motor. It's a two stage pump I believe, and it runs quiet as all heck. I will be posting pictures and numbers and all. I am looking for a manual or a source for parts to rebuild if needed. Stay tuned!
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Old 01-07-2012, 03:25 PM   #2
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Waiting for the pics.
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Old 01-07-2012, 04:57 PM   #4
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Ok here are the pictures I promised earlier. Some ID on the model of the pump would be nice, I think it is a Quincy 325, but I am not sure. The valve thing at the top of the pump leaks air when the compressor is not running. Is that the unloader valve? I am new to compressors.

Here are a few shots of the pump

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Here is the ID plate on the side of the pump, It says Lincoln on it.


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And the data plate on the tank


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And here is one of the whole shootin match


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Anything anyone can tell me about getting parts to rebuild in the future or at least to fix that leak would be greatly appreciated. I plan on stripping this thing down and doing a restoration on it. I paid 300 bucks for it, was that good?
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Old 01-07-2012, 11:16 PM   #5
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Ok so the model on the data plate of the pump says 9201, and on the side of the pump case is has the number 5515. From looking at other stuff online I think this is a quincy 310 pump, is that correct? It has a leak from the seal where the crankshaft comes out, Looks like a very slow, years to build up kind of leak. Am I correct on the model of this pump? I am wanting to just go ahead and rebuild it real fast while I take it apart to give it a sweet paint job. I also need a new gasket for the valve on top.

The serial number says 310-21, I am beginning to think that means its a 310 pump, ROC (record of change) 21.

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