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Old 12-30-2019, 03:47 PM   #1
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O-Ring Part numbers for a 500 series air solenoid valves?

Does anyone have the O-Ring Part numbers for a 500 series air solenoid valves?...I can't find beans with the search on this web-site. I know I have seen them listed here before...Just not sure if they were for my valves. I will post a picture tonight.
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Here is the picture of the air valves
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Old 12-30-2019, 07:12 PM   #3
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Check out this post, http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/air-...ml#post1565325 , as a start. Otherwise look up the user Mike Canter and read some of his posts. He has a wealth of information on these valve bodies and purchased the O'rings through the O'ring Store. He gives part number and material type in this post or somewhere in his posts. Could not locate it quickly though. Also look at post number 3 here for a contact source at HWH that accepts email questions from users , http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/hwh-...ty-440418.html . Hope this may help. Happy trails Bert
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Most any meium to large town will have a bydraulic shop or a gasket shop. Either will be able to mwtch it up for you at a fracrion of the cost online.
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Old 12-31-2019, 10:06 AM   #5
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Check out this post, http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/air-...ml#post1565325 , as a start. Otherwise look up the user Mike Canter and read some of his posts. He has a wealth of information on these valve bodies and purchased the O'rings through the O'ring Store. He gives part number and material type in this post or somewhere in his posts. Could not locate it quickly though. Also look at post number 3 here for a contact source at HWH that accepts email questions from users , http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/hwh-...ty-440418.html . Hope this may help. Happy trails Bert
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O rings

V90019 , V90028 , V90015 These are the part numbers for the O rings if you buy them at theoringstore.com. This is for Viton O rings. You do not have to use Viton, you can use any material you want ( Buna N etc. ).If you know the Dash Numbers you can buy them anywhere. ( -019 -028 -015 ) Happy New Year, Mike
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hwh part number is RAP6554.
there are enough o rings for 6 solenoid valves
stuarts in elkhart can supply them.
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Old 01-01-2020, 07:08 PM   #8
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V90019 , V90028 , V90015 These are the part numbers for the O rings if you buy them at theoringstore.com. This is for Viton O rings. You do not have to use Viton, you can use any material you want ( Buna N etc. ).If you know the Dash Numbers you can buy them anywhere. ( -019 -028 -015 ) Happy New Year, Mike
Thank You for your help...everyone's help. I ordered the Viton because I live phoenix and use this thing in 115+ temps...only one more summer I might add :-)
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