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- ItemHydraulic Gear Pump/Motor
- Displacement (Cu. In./Rev.)0.129
- Nominal GPM @ 1200 RPM0.7
- GPM @ 1800 RPM & 1000 PSI0.8
- GPM @ 3600 RPM & 1000 PSI1.6
- Max. Continuous PSI3000
- Max. Intermittent Pressure (PSI)3500
- Max. RPM5000
- Mounting4F17 4 Bolt
- Ports (Inlet)3/4-16
- Ports (Outlet)3/4-16
- Shaft Extension (In.)1/2 X 1 1/2 Keyed
- HousingCast Iron
- Dimension A (In.)3.16
- FeaturesViton Lip Seal and Reversing Check Valves to Avoid a Case Drain Port and Allow Bi-directional Usage
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