Frequently referred to as a Drain Plug, this Drain Valve is used to drain any condensation that has collected inside the tank to prevent the tank from rusting. It is not part of a kit or assembly, is ... No Longer Available
This is a Genuine OEM replacement part designed for use with Air Compressors. This kit includes parts commonly responsible for low compression, including the piston and compression ring. Please note t...
it is a genuine item that is supplied directly from the original equipment manufacturer for use with Craftsman air compressors. This high-quality belt provides an identical replacement for a missing o... No Longer Available
will not build air over 60# was working just started making different noise and takes forever to get up to max of 60#
For model number 919167600
Hello Richard, thank you for contacting us. You will need to inspect the following parts and replace the culprit part to fix your problem: The drain valve, part number PS10049094, the O-ring kit, part number PS10042509, and the belt, part number PS10049042. Thank you for your inquiry, good luck with this repair!
After replacing the piston, cylinder sleeve and O-rings, the old compressor works like a champ. The hardest part was getting the nut loose holding the piston & bearing in place. Two socket wrenches and a big hammer was able to break the nut loose and get it off.
Actually don't like using Torx bits because they are hard to center deep in the channel. I had misplaced these forcing me to order replacements. My plan is to insert Torx bits before screwing in and using jb weld to secure the bit to the screw, giving me a hex head. Can't find this special screw with a hex head. This screw is called AGC-408 by craftsman.