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Old 08-07-2013, 12:34 PM
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Hate to crash in on General Discussion but I'm in a bind and need people ...
Need held identifying this ram so I can get the clevis assembly for it (plate Side). Just got off the phone with Imco and its not theirs . The fork in the clevis has to be 5/8 spread . Imco and the mayfair's I have is only 1/2" . Could turn shaft down or open clevis fork but if I can find who manufacture is I'll just buy the correct ones ..
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Old 08-07-2013, 08:46 PM
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Not One ?
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Old 08-07-2013, 09:55 PM
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kinda looks like a marine machine
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Marine Machine or Mayfair.
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Mayfair?

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It is NOT Latham. It would have a serial number if it was Latham. To me it looks like Marine machine or IMCO. The allen head bolt, looks IMCO to me.....
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Talked to Imco and they said they never had a 5/8 thick shaft at the clevis mounting point . I have some new Mayfairs here and the clevis are 1/2 but I haven't contacted them to ask if they have bigger .

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Does anyone have any pic's of WPM steering rams ?
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