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Old 01-29-2007, 02:12:07 PM
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I need to find 6 good excentric cams (pot metal pieces on the plunger) for a 6 way Madison Kipp oiler. Anybody know where to look for these or have any for sale?

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I need to find 6 good excentric cams (pot metal pieces on the plunger) for a 6 way Madison Kipp oiler. Anybody know where to look for these or have any for sale?

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Try a search on here as there have been a couple of threads dealing with MK pumps in the past with info on parts? They are likely buried a few pages down by now?
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Dave Preuhs should be checking in soon.............
Roger Oliver of Denver(?) Iowa has had them re-popped.
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Default Re: Madison Kipp lubricator parts

Well... I've picked up a few Madison Kipps at auctions or swap meets where nobody really knows what they are.... There are Rights and Lefts to the pumps.... I have fixed up a couple of my own from used parts... It's worked for me in the past...
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You can try picking up some 2 or 3 pot oilers on E Bay, and salvage parts, or contact Dave Preuhs. See the look alike postings below, and look up his Hart-Parr site. Dave can either get you parts, or rebuild your unit. He was a great help to me when I was restoring my Charter - Mietz oil engine; he helped get me some much needed advice and parts for the M-K oiler on my engine
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Get ahold of Roger Oliver from Nevada, Iowa. Roger is having eccentrics made up, but they are from some kind of resin material and they look pretty nice and they are supposed to be resistant to oil. Rogers phone is 515-382-5646.
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Thanks guys , I'll give Dave and Roger a call.

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Default Re: Madison Kipp lubricator parts

Hi. I've acquired a Maddison Kipp mechanical lubricator with a design identical to those in the pics in previous posts here. Can anyone say whether it is workable against a pressure of 150 psi, please?
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^ Easily.......
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You should have a spring loaded check at the end of the supply to the device being lubed, as you do not want that constant pressure against the oil full time. The check will allow oil into the device, while keeping pressure off the oil during the return stroke of the pump.
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The last I seen Gary at Biewers tractor had new aluminum ones
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Hi. I've acquired a Maddison Kipp mechanical lubricator with a design identical to those in the pics in previous posts here. Can anyone say whether it is workable against a pressure of 150 psi, please?
It should be. You could place a gauge on the feeds and check the out put. They were used on steam engines with 150 to 175 psi. I don't know what their max pressure out put might be but they will probably surprise you!
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On my 22-40 Case 4 line, I had to disassemble to clean because the viewing window had been missing. It has eccentrics which look to be pressed sintered bronze with some letters or numbers on them.
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Gary Biewer has the new aluminum ones and they work great. He sells them in a set of 6 complete eccentrics, new cups and end drive washers. Give them a call and I think he advertises here on smokstak.
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We got a couple of sets of the Biewer M-K drives and they are very well made.
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Thanks. It's going on a 1930 steam railway breakdown crane.
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Gary Biewer never even answered my email about these parts!!
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Gary Biewer never even answered my email about these parts!!
Probably best to call on the phone, emails don't work the best they are actually out working. I have always had them answer the phone and get me what I want.
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We have the kits on the shelf ready to ship. give us a call. thanks, Gary
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We have the kits on the shelf ready to ship. give us a call. thanks, Gary
Gary/Sharon, how about the new MK glass hoods?
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