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Need help identifying a stuffer

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I recently purchased a hydraulic stuffer and was hoping someone here may recognize it an be able to tell me the make, model and where I could get gaskets for it. The individual I bought it from couldn't answer any of these questions. The only information I could find on the unit is a 220 volt on the front and a number stamped on the top of the base FU-20-84. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I will try and add some pictures hope it works. Thanks for looking.
Jeremiah
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Welcome Jeremiah:welcome1:,,, congrats on the new toy but ya pictures would be great. 

 

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DS
 

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Thanks looks like I got it to work hope someone may be able to help.
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post #4 of 8
I can't help you with the make, but thats a beauty!!!
Maybe you can find some info on the motor or pump.
Edited by DanMcG - 10/5/16 at 2:21am
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M2016, Try to measure your o-ring area for thickness and outside diameter and maybe a generic o-ring will work? Also a  company called " Professional Processing " sells hydraulic stuffer parts.Good luck on fixing the stuffer up !

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Thanks I'm going to try and take it apart to see if there's any info on the pump. The motor just has the standard info on it.
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Phrett
Thanks for check but by the looks of that company they've only been in business since 2005 and there motors are 50 hertz. I believe this stuffer is much old and it runs on 60 hertz.
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