Rocking Piston Compressor Repair Kit


Choose Horse Power: 1/4 HP ERP Repair Kit
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Sale price$59.99

Description

Rocking Piston Compressor Repair Kit - ERP25K, ERP50K, ERP75K

If your ERP rocking piston aerator air compressor runs but does not pump air after a couple years of service, chances are the piston ring, gaskets, seals, cups and or leaf valves have worn out. This Rocking Piston Compressor Repair Kit includes all the parts needed to rebuild  your compressor to “like new” performance.  Instructions are included also.

  • Ship weight - 1 lbs.
  • A Phillip's head screw driver and an Allen wrench are needed. it takes about 15-30 minutes to repair.

Rocking Piston Compressor Repair Kit

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David Mancuso
Great rebuild kit

Todd was awesome as always, I told him my compressor is running but not pushing much air. It was recommended that I rebuild it which was not hard at all. I actually discovered a great way to put on the new piston cover. There are two small bolts that have to be removed, place the cover on the piston and set over the cylinder sleeve than take two longer screws with a couple washers and screw them in the same holes. Use the longer screws to press the piston into the new sleeve, this made the assembly take only a few minutes and the new piston sleeve slipped right in. Thanks Smith Creek!

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David Mancuso
Great rebuild kit

Todd was awesome as always, I told him my compressor is running but not pushing much air. It was recommended that I rebuild it which was not hard at all. I actually discovered a great way to put on the new piston cover. There are two small bolts that have to be removed, place the cover on the piston and set over the cylinder sleeve than take two longer screws with a couple washers and screw them in the same holes. Use the longer screws to press the piston into the new sleeve, this made the assembly take only a few minutes and the new piston sleeve slipped right in. Thanks Smith Creek!