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Hydraulic Motor, 58.5 Cu. In./Rev.
- Item # 30E860
- Mfr. Model # TG0960AS030AAAA
- UNSPSC # 26101613
- Catalog Page # 3498
- Shipping Weight 48.7 lbs.
- ItemHydraulic Motor
- Displacement (Cu. In./Rev.)58.5
- Pressure Rating (PSI)1000
- Shaft TypeKeyed
- Port Thread7/8 - 14 SAE
- Port TypeSAE O-Ring
- Min. Oil Viscosity50 SUS
- Max. Oil Temp. (F)180
- Flange MountSAE A 2-Bolt
- Max. RPM118
- Shaft Dia. (In.)1-1/4
- Shaft Length (In.)2.37
- Length (In.)11.32
- Width (In.)5.25
- Height (In.)5.03
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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