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Old 08-10-2013, 12:45 PM
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hydraulic motor challenge Lesco Commercial Mower

I have a Lesco 52" 25hp Kohler Commercial Mower that I acquired, and believe me if I could locate the model and serial number I would have provided it already however... I am presently looking to replace the right side hydraulic wheel motor.

Having contacted the previous owner I am told Parker makes the motor, having removed this motor and separated the brake drum assembly I have found the letters J4 and 1833 stamped into the casing, and the numbers 012612 and 072-96 stamped onto a plate that is riveted onto the motor, the shaft is keyed, it is all I can glean from this part.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-10-2013, 01:55 PM
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Having contacted the previous owner I am told Parker makes the motor

He's right herler...... That appears to be a 110A series wheel motor, You can gander here; http://www.hzpme.com/guangpan/parker...t/15300004.pdf

It looks like you have the "J" mounting so measuring the housing length as outlined on page 35 should give you the Parker model number to try locating one......
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Old 08-10-2013, 02:49 PM
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Just went through that last year on a Lesco Z sprayer. That wheel motor is no longer available. The replacement is a Hydro Gear. I can supply you the replacement motor #'s on Monday. Take the numbers off the back tag of the wheel motor to confirm. They should be TF0240LS08AATD if it's the one I'm thing of.
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Old 08-10-2013, 03:36 PM
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I got the measurements for the Length as described on the chart, it is a real trick with a tape as the motor isn't flat but after many measurements and back and forth I am thinking it could be 3.4 which comes out to the model 129 and the reason I am willing to stick to this is because 12.9 cu in is a common displacement for these machines... Fortunately the next measurement down being 3.15 just seems too far off, and I don't see it being a 16 cu in motor either.

Now I don't see where I'm going to get one of these...
Yes, I tried Ebay.

As for the tag, those numbers I don't see.

We do have here in the city a place that rebuilds Hydraulic motors, you might shoot me those Hydro Gear numbers anyhow and I may take it in to see if they can rebuild it or tell me where to get a new one and...Oh!!!

I hope they don't cost north of a thousand...
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