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What type of hydraulic oil should be used with this pump? Is ATF ok to use?
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Which side is the high pressure and which is the low pressure?
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Is it wired for an on/off switch that you add?
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Is there an electric on/off switch with these pumps?
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What type of hydraulic oil should be used with this pump? Is ATF ok to use?
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can this pump be used as a hydraulic motor
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Which side is the high pressure and which is the low pressure?

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"Dynamic Gear Pump - 1.22 Cu. In., Model# GP-F20-20-P-C"

Item# 1027
"All-aluminum high-pressure hydraulic gear pump. Max. PSI 2,900, Rotations Per Minute 3,000, Shaft Diameter in. 5/8, Weight lbs. 6.73, GPM 15.84, Material Aluminum. Displacement size 1.22 cu. in./revolution GPM 15.84 @ 3000 RPM PSI 2900 Rotation CW Standard mounting flange SAE A-2 2-bolt Standard ports SAE-12 inlet and SAE-10 outlet Standard drive shaft 5/8in. dia. straight with 5/32 straight key Max. RPM 3000 7/8in.-14 outlet"
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Questions & Answers for "Dynamic Gear Pump - 1.22 Cu. In., Model# GP-F20-20-P-C"

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does this pump turn clockwise or counter clockwise?

asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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The Dynamic Gear Pump is a clockwise rotation.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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Can this pump run at 1750 rpm and if so what is the gpm?

asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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Yes, you can run this pump at 1750 RPM. The GPM would be 9.25 at 1750 RPM.
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Can I run this with a pulley off a motor.

Hi I have a craftsman 18 HP garden tractor and would like to mount a pump on the motor.
If this can't be done can you recommend one I can use.
Thank you .
Joe M.
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
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Yes, this pump could be belt driven with the use of a pulley.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
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hp required?

asked 4 years ago
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The formula for determining HP required is take the GPM x PSI x 32 and divide that by 39,600. Take this total and multiply it by .85. This will provide the HP required. To determine the GPM, take the cubic inches x RPM and divide this by 231 and this is the GPM.
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