Foot Controlled Air Valve For Coats Tire Changers 8181986 on 2040-parts.com
Plano, Illinois, US
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Country of Manufacture:United States
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This listing is for ONE Pneumatic 4-Way Control Valve without an internal spring used on many Coats Tire Changers.
This foot controlled air valve is used on Coats brand tire changers - see below for the various model numbers - it controls Turntable Rotation, Wheel Clamping and Bead Breaking.
There are two styles of 4-way valves that are easily confused. Both 4-way air valves look alike on the machine with little to differentiate between them. To determine if you need the valve with or without the internal spring, this may be a pain, but since the valve is leaking anyway, please remove the valve from the machine. By examining the valve, if the plunger moves "freely" in and out of the valve body then you have a valve without an internal spring - the valve in this listing.
if you feel spring resistance on the plunger then you have a valve with an Internal Spring - Please see the 4-way valve in our other listing WITH the internal spring.
Used on the following Coats tire changer models: 5030A; 5030E; 5035A; 5035E; 5040A; 5040E; 5050A; 5050E; 5060E; 5060EX; 5060A; 5060AX; 6060AX, 6060EX; 6065A; 6065AX; 6065E; 6065EX; 7050A; 7050X; 7050AX; 7055EX; 7060AX; 7060EX, 7065AX; 7065EX; 7660AX; 7660EX; 7665AX; 7665EX; Please note: This valve does not include an external spring-loaded centering spring. If you need this style valve please call us at (331) 444-6805 or (331) 444-6806 for price and availability. Please request part number ALP-1236-91.
Used on the following Coats models: 5030A; 5030E; 5035A; 5035E; 5040A; 5040E; 5050A; 5050E; 5060E; 5060EX; 5060A; 5060AX; 6060AX, 6060EX; 6065A; 6065AX; 6065E; 6065EX; 7050A; 7050X; 7050AX; 7055EX; 7060AX; 7060EX, 7065AX; 7065EX; 7660AX; 7660EX; 7665AX; 7665EX; RC100; RC150EX; and RC200E
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