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 Fig # Part # Img Part Name Availability Price Qty
2AB-A631000
Cylinder
In stock
15 available
 $10.20
3AB-A661400
Pump Head
In stock
3 available
 $9.27
4AB-A661262
Crankshaft
In stock
2 available
 $21.01
6AB-A640050
Valve Plate Assy.
In stock
25+ available
 $11.20
8AB-A610101
Connecting Rod
In stock
3 available
 $11.12
19AB-9004015
Washer
In stock
2 available
 $1.13
23AB-A681102
Filter
In stock
14 available
 $0.95
30AB-9170112
Bearing 6001 2Rs
In stock
14 available
 $15.90
41AB-A610300
Connecting Rod Cover
Backorder:
No ETA.
 $5.35
45AB-9140210
Seeger 12 Uni 7435
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
46AB-9038193
Fan
In stock
21 available
 $9.88
49AB-836530D
Plastic Cover
In stock
2 available
 $24.80
50AB-9038195
Base Plastic Cover Vento-02 Ul
In stock
2 available
 $7.05
55AB-9038194
Plastic Base
In stock
2 available
 $17.84
58AB-9050365
Baffle Plate (Connecting Rod)
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.46
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
64AB-A650300
Cyl.-Plate/Plate-Head Gasket
In stock
25+ available
 $4.50
77AB-9007012
Intake Reed Valve
Backorder:
Unavailable until 09/15/2014
 $3.17
78AB-9040019
Piston Ring
In stock
25+ available
 $6.90
103AB-9038197
Rubber Foot
In stock
25+ available
 $0.95
105AB-9048025
Non Return Valve 1/2In M Bic10
In stock
20 available
 $7.05
106AB-9412204
Quick Coupling 1/4In M
In stock
1 available
 $6.72
107AB-9050392
Drain Tap 1/4In
In stock
22 available
 $1.81
108AB-9051116
Pressure Reducer A
In stock
25+ available
 $8.99
109AB-9052091
Pressure Gauge 50
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $6.74
110AB-9049049
Safety Valve 1/4In Asme
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $11.29
112AB-9412469
Elbow 1/4In M Dob Cone
In stock
1 available
 $2.40
126AB-9075047
Belt
In stock
17 available
 $13.89
127AB-9270006
Rilsan Tube 4/6
In stock
16 available
 $2.63
131AB-9063096
Press.Sw.4W 3/8In Valve Ul
In stock
23 available
 $42.00
132AB-9412185
Power Cord Usa
In stock
2 available
 $7.86
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
145AB-9414680
Send.Pipe
In stock
3 available
 $1.73
501AB-9080351022
Yellow Tank
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $90.40
502AB-9050373
Double Screw 1/4In Gas
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
503AB-9053110
Reduction 3/8In 1/4In
In stock
1 available
 $2.63
504AB-9050371
Kit Connection
In stock
8 available
 $1.70
505AB-9101315
Screw Hc W/Was.8X25 88
In stock
11 available
 $0.95
506AB-9412016
Washer 8X24X2
In stock
11 available
 $0.95
507AB-9134330
Washer
In stock
25+ available
 $0.95
508AB-9412015
Nut M8 Zn
In stock
6 available
 $0.95
509AB-9052092
Pressure Gauge 40
In stock
4 available
 $6.03
510AB-9101316
Screw Hcei 8X30 8.8
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
511AB-9038198
Handle Cover
In stock
12 available
 $0.99
512AB-9038138
Handle
In stock
8 available
 $4.25
513AB-9412224
Screw Chc M6X20
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
514AB-9412053
Screw Chc M6X30
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
515AB-9412352
Nut M6
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
516AB-9142572
Screw Parker 4.2X25
In stock
12 available
 $0.95
517AB-9050372
Elbow
In stock
2 available
 $2.56
520AB-9412518
Screw Parker 5X16
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
530AB-9007013
Valve Limitator
Backorder:
Unavailable until 09/17/2014
 $1.13
531AB-9011004
Screw Torx M5X16 Tt
In stock
11 available
 $0.95
532AB-9170096
Bearing 6001 2Z
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $8.89
533AB-9101055
Screw Tcei 5X16 Sx
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
534AB-9131010
Washer 6X12X1.5
In stock
2 available
 $0.95
535AB-9038190
Low.Part Motor Cover
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $11.17
536AB-9038191
Up.Part Motor Cover
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $11.17
537AB-D031021
Screw Parker Ab 3.9X13
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
538AB-9115011
Screw Te 6X16
In stock
4 available
 $0.95
539AB-9038189
Motor Fan Obsolete - Not Available
Discontinued
$0.00N/A
540AB-9101556
Screw Tcei 6X35
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $1.11
Fig #Part #ImgPart NameAvailabilityPrice
541AB-9122442
Nut M6
In stock
3 available
 $2.30
542AB-9170091
Bearing 6203 2Z
In stock
3 available
 $17.40
543AB-9114042
Screw Tc 4X10
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
544AB-9065304
Cable
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $19.60
545AB-9414702
Bracket
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $2.54
546AB-9412069
Screw Tc 6X16 With Washer
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
547AB-9131520
Washer,6X18X2
Ships in 9 - 14 business days
 $0.95
614AB-9415905
Pump Assembly
In stock
2 available
 $147.04

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1115909
Question: Sendpipe

1115909

whats the size. not sure of my comp. model. i think this is the right one. thanks
WJA
Reply: Sendpipe

WJA

Hello 1115909,

The manufacture does not give us the specs on the pipe in the description of the part you are requesting. However I have listed below, the models of the compressors that it is used on. Check the models and see if you can identify your compressor by looking at the parts diagrams.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
rochman
Question: Cap60p-of

rochman

will not built pressure. I agree that this pancake is noisy but all of a sudden as it was running it began to run smoother, and still does but with only slight psi increase. I've opened to see ABA640050 but I do not see any broken parts? What/Where are reed valves. Any ideas?? thanks
mcmar
Question: Pump Head

mcmar

Does the pump have a wafer thin metal disc where three holes expose it and the flex at the holes?
vanetteng
Reply: Pump Head

vanetteng

Yes it does. Will the replacement head work?
drbonetzky
Question: What Does A Rilsan Tube Do?

drbonetzky

how do you fix a leaking rilsan tube at the switch
Tinkerdave
Reply: What Does A Rilsan Tube Do?

Tinkerdave

Hi drbonetzky,
If its leaking at the hose fitting you can sometimes cut a little off the end and that might help.Its most likely leaking at the dump valve and this is not a replaceable part on most pressure switches.The valve can be remover and sometimes you can clean it and it will work again.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
jimjoed
Question: Pressure In Tank

jimjoed

just replaced berrings and fan, and hose regulator, now the pressure in tank will not go higher than 45lbs. do I now need to replace the
Press.Sw.4W 3/8In Valve Ul

Part Number: AB-9063096
thanks Jim
kodak1026
Question: Rilsan Tude

kodak1026

How do you disconnect the from the pressure switch??
Tinkerdave
Reply: Rilsan Tude

Tinkerdave

Hi Kodak1026,
With one hand push the tube into the tube fitting and with the other hand push in the small ring that fits aroung the fitting and you should be able to pull the tube out.Hope this helps.good luck.
Tinker
Tinkerdave
Reply: Rilsan Tude

Tinkerdave

Hi Kodak1026,
With one hand push the tube into the tube fitting and with the other hand push in the small ring that fits around the fitting and you should be able to pull the tube out.Hope this helps.good luck.
Tinker
rwsigman
Question: Compressor

rwsigman

Have Bostitch Cap60P. Having trouble tasking plastic housing off to disconnect hoses/wires so I can replace pressure switch
lou
Question: Cap 60p-of

lou

how do we remove the cover on the compressot
I have a Bostitch CAP60P compressor that won't build pressure over 20 lbs. I have disassembled the cylinder assembly and there was no visible wear or damage to any parts. Based on other posts in the forum, I replaced the piston and piston ring (leather/rubber like material) thinking that there might be slight wear that was not readily visible. No change. There is no sound of leaking air when it is not running. If there is no visible damage/wear/holes, etc. to the valve plate (three reeds over holes), is it still possible that it needs to be replaced for some reason? Other ideas?
WJA
Reply: Bostich CAP60P Compressor Won't ...

WJA

Hello,

Check the pump head to see if you have a constant flow of air coming out of it while it is pumping. If you do, I would think that either the valve plate and or the gaskets need to be replaced.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
Has anyone figured out where to get replacement brushes for a cap60p-of or even a compatible set ?
WJA
Reply: Replacement Brushes For A Cap60p...

WJA

Hello asa,
I have noticed that a few of the manufactures of smaller compressors do not supply internal motor parts for their units. You might try removing one brush, take it to a local tool repair center in your area and see if they can match it up, even if it is a little larger than the original you can sand it down to the correct size.
Good luck,
WJA
tlechler
Question: Cap60p-of Compresure

tlechler

how do i install new drive belt
Ray Sanderson
Question: Replacement Brushes

Ray Sanderson

can you get replacement brushes for a cap60p-of?
WJA
Reply: Replacement Brushes

WJA

Hello Ray,

Unfortunately the manufacture does not supply the brushes for this compressor.
You might try to remove one ( if possible) and take it to a tool repair center in your area to see if they can match one up for you.
Good luck,
WJA
jeff
Question: Brushes

jeff

Are replacement brushes available for model # CAP60P-OF air compressors?
smith
Reply: Brushes

smith

need brush set for cap60p-of compressod
My bearing on the crankshaft & piston assembly froze up. I have ordered the new one but I can't figure out how I'm going to get the old one out of piston or the race off the crankshaft? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Des
Question: CAP-60P-OF

Des

Correct me if I'm wrong. This unit that I have builds no pressure whatsoever. I removed the tank fill tube and turned it on, and I'm getting air out of it. As I was looking at it there is an arrow on the fan that I assume is suppose to be the direction of travel, but upon shutting unit off I noticed that it is spinning the opposite direction of the arrow. Are these compressors directional? I guess what I mean is will these units build pressure regardless of the direction it is spinning? Thanks
jamesz
Question: Bostitch Cap60p

jamesz

My compressor seems to run fine but is getting hot on the head/tank supply tube. Is this normal?
Is there a rebuild kit for this air compressor? My compressor doesn't make air but runs.
Mike
Question: Piston Removal

Mike

I have located my problem with my CAP60P-OF, one of the reeds was broken, while attempting to remove the intake valve to check, the Torx screw broke off, now I need to get a connecting rod, it does not want come off the crank shaft, any suggestions on removal? I have tried applying pressure with a screwdriver.
Tom
Reply: Piston Removal

Tom

I just had to take mine apart an hour ago. I found that my old battery terminal puller was the perfect size to pull the connecting rod and bearing off the crank shaft. Good luck with it.
Larry
Question: Piston Ring

Larry

I have a Bostitch compressor that won`t build pressure. So I purchased a piston ring and cylinder. I cannot get the piston ring into the cylinder. Can someone help? Thanks
Trent
Question: Air Pressue Won't Build

Trent

I noticed this question has been asked on various occasions but I see different answers. I have a Bostitch CAP60P-OF and it will not build past 20 lbs of pressure. It just started doing this all at once.

Someone posted this is a valve ring and cylinder issue while another posted that it is a valve reed issue. Can anyone clarify?

Thanks in advance for any help,

Trent
Bob
Reply: Air Pressue Won't Build

Bob

It is the discharge valve. You will need to replace part #AB-9429999.
Brandon Modena
Reply: Air Pressue Won't Build

Brandon Modena

It is going to be valve plate assembly.
P54
Reply: Air Pressue Won't Build

P54

Same happened to mine twice. The reeds break after some use. Repair guy told me to stay away from China built cheap air compressors, regardless of brand.
Art
Reply: Air Pressue Won't Build

Art

My compressor would not go beyond 80 psi and kept running. I checked the valve plate assembly (as Brandon mentioned) and that was it. There was a hole in the center reed where it looked as though it had eroded away.
Mike
Question: Compressor Won

Mike

I have a Bostitch cap60p and it runs and runs but won't get past 60 lbs of pressure. How can I fix it?
Lee
Question: Motor

Lee

I was using my compressor last week for about ten minutes on and off. I turned it back on and it ran for about 2 seconds and it quit. I took it apart and something smells burnt in the motor. I think the motor is burned out. Can you buy a new motor for this compressor or just trash it?
belinda
Question: Air Compressor

belinda

Is the pressure reducer the same as the regulator knob? I feel my regulator knob is broken.
Kris
Reply: Air Compressor

Kris

Yes, it is - Pressure Reducer A - piece #108, part # AB-9051116.
Frank
Question: Trouble Shoot

Frank

My compressor will not shut down. It runs steady.
Bob Lannom
Reply: Trouble Shoot

Bob Lannom

Mine does the same thing, but won't build up pressure past 82 pounds. It just keeps on running and will not reach the shut-off pressure. What is the problem?
Bobby
Question: Brushes

Bobby

The brushes are gone on my compressor and I can't find the part number? Can you help?
jose
Reply: Brushes

jose

What is the part number of the brushes?
mike
Question: Dissappointed

mike

My compressor wont pressurize past 40 psi just keeps on running. It is 3yrs old but barely used. Seems like a common problem , what do I need to do?
Mark
Reply: Dissappointed

Mark

Hi Mike,

The problem will be a worn out piston ring and cylinder. They will need to be replaced. The piston ring is part #AB-9040019 and the cylinder is part #AB-A631000. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark

Lee Kennell
Question: Max Pressure

Lee Kennell

I have a cap60p-of. and it is not reaching max pressure, What could the problem be. I think it is the pressure switch.need help.
Mark
Reply: Max Pressure

Mark

Hi Lee,

If the motor runs but never builds enough pressure to signal the pressure switch to turn of then the problem will be a worn out piston ring and cylinder. They will need to be replaced. The piston ring is part #AB-9040019 and the cylinder is part #AB-A631000. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
bruce
Question: Unloader Valve

bruce

How do I install this unloader valve. My CAP60P-OF will not built up pressure and I was told that this is the fix. I could use diagram on where to install.

Thanks
Mark
Reply: Unloader Valve

Mark

Hi Bruce,

I am not sure which part you are referring to as the unloader. If the compressor is running but not building pressure and you don't hear air leaking from anywhere then the problem is typically a worn out piston ring and cylinder. They will need to be replaced. The piston ring is part #AB-9040019 and the cylinder is part #AB-A631000. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
Mark
Reply: Unloader Valve

Mark

Hi Bruce,

I am not sure which part you are referring to as the unloader. If the compressor is running but not building pressure and you don't hear air leaking from anywhere then the problem is typically a worn out piston ring and cylinder. They will need to be replaced. The piston ring is part #AB-9040019 and the cylinder is part #AB-A631000. Both parts are available from http://www.ereplacementparts.com.

Good luck with your repair!

-Mark
john tarr
Question: Cap60pof Compressur

john tarr

My compressor will not build any pressure above 20lbs. Just keeps on running.
Herb,s Repair
Reply: Cap60pof Compressur

Herb,s Repair

Take the pump head off and you will most likely see the valve plate reed broken.
Trent
Reply: Cap60pof Compressur

Trent

I took the head off of my compressor and Herb's Repair was right on the money. The center valve plate reed is broken and as a result is not covering half of the hole. Does anyone have a part number for this plate?
pete
Question: Fanbelt

pete

How do I put the belt on?
Gene Scherrer
Question: Not Producing Air

Gene Scherrer

I loaned my compressor out and when it was returned it doesn't seem to be producing much pressure. When I open the tube that supplies air to the storage tank I can hold my finger over the outlet and there is very little pressure with the system running. Everything seems to be functioning, and sound OK. I assume the I should replace the cylinder and piston ring. Do they sell the entire head assembly?
I purchased a new piston ring for my Bostitch CAP60P-OF air compressor and i am wondering how to install it. The piston ring will not fit in the cylinder sleeve without breaking. Do I have to soak the ring in something or lubricate the sleeve? Is there a certain techinique in which to install it? Please Help!
alman
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

alman

If you cannot squeeze the ring to allow it to be inserted into the cylinder, then you have the wrong part.

To install the piston ring on the piston, you might need a tool to gently open the split in the ring to fit it over the piston and down to its groove.
huddld
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

huddld

the piston ring is not split. I am having the same problem. the replacement ring looks like a large washer that has a slight cup in it. Has anyone replaced the cylinder on this compressor and installed a new piston ring? there must be a method to get this task done!!!
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

Tinkerdave

No you have the wrong parts.There was two pumps made for this compressor.The early pump did not have a air filter the size of a half dollar on the cylinder head.The newer pumps have this filter.Which one do you have?
geozeke
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

geozeke

You need to remove the piston from the cylinder. That involves pulling the platic fan off, and then using a puller to remove the connecting rod and bearing from the shaft. An old fashioned car battery terminal puller worked good for removing the connecting rod and bearing. Work carefully and it can be done ok, I just did it.
chauds2000
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

chauds2000

Hey guys.. know this is an old thread but I was running into similar problem and was wonder if anyone would be able to help.
First, pump did not build pressure about beyond 120psi.. could noticed the motor changed its sound at that point to a higher pitch as it was running faster at the point but not pressure build up any further. Anyway, this was an off and on incident. I manually turned the motor off and on to get by this problem. Last week friend of mine was using the compressor and did not realize about this issue. Pump kept pumping to build pressure further than 120psi. Eventually high pitch sound turned into rattling sound. So that the story.
Now I've been looking at the pump. Seems like the piston bearing is broke. Rings fell out. That explains rattling. Was tyring to get the piston rod and bearing out of shaft but no luck. The hex screw that holds the fan to the shaft won't unscrew. I could turn it a quarter circle anti clock and back quarter circle clockwise but it would not give away. I did not want to put a further force on it as it could damange the plastic fan. Please advise how to get the fan removed to install a new bearing to the piston. I belive the bearing part number is 030 and hex screw is 253. Once the bearing problem is taken care off, I will have to check for any leaks at high pressure. Thanks for help.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

Tinkerdave

Hi chauds2000,
The screw on the fan is a left handed thread screw.They use a green loctite on most of the screws.They some times have to be heated to get them out.You can do this by using a soldering gun and put heat directly on the screw.Be carfull removing the fan as it can break very easily.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
chauds2000
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

chauds2000

Thanks for help. So what I understand this screw should open up clockwise instead of counterclock. Please confirm. I'll first give it a second attempt as clockwise n then see if soldering gun is needed. Thanks for the help.
Tinkerdave
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

Tinkerdave

Yes,You will turn it clockwise to loosen. The whole pump is made in China and the fan screws are known to break off even when turn the right direction.If you have any doubt use the soldering gun to soften the loctite.
Tinker
1117814
Reply: Bostitch CAP60P-OF Air Compresso...

1117814

Reassembly Help Please-

Hey ya'll,

Happy Holidays. If anyone has a moment, I'd appreciate some help on reassembly of a CAP60 Bostitch compressor. The connecting rod bearing failed so opening the housing things were already conveniently disassembled. I did some research and found a much higher quality bearing to avoid a repeat so now I'm working on reassembly.

I cooled the new bearing and warmed the rod and those popped together, but where I'm stuck is getting the bearing/connecting rod on the shaft with the piston in the cylinder. If I feed the piston down the cylinder, it would seem that the angle of the connecting rod would keep the bearing from being able to slide on the shaft, bearing press or not. Is there some secret to this, an order that needs to be followed, or more disassembly needed? Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Chuck
davevb
Question: Bostitch

davevb

Model #CAP60P-OF just won't do anything. When I got it disassembled a small ball bearing fell out of the motor area. You can see where it had fell out and because it was hot, melted the plastic as it rolled to the bottom of the housing. New motor right? Disappointing because it has only been used a few times even though a couple of years old. (wannabecarpenter/good deal/buy in case i need one at work type deal).
But I can't read the diagram good enough to tell which part I need.
kodak1026
Review: Bostitch CAP60P-OF - Great....
5 star
kodak1026
Thanks.. Why didn't I figure that out??...
My compressor is about 3 years old. I purchased it for home use and it hasn't been used much at all. Not abused for sure. Suddenly it won't build pressure past about 20 lbs. It runs & runs but no pressure. This happened suddenly. I called a local service center they told me it's the "ball valve" or "discharge valve". They answered so quick I figured this is a common problem. They told me Bostitch used a pretty cheap one and it can be replaced with a more quality model. I agree that Bostitch should be ashamed of themselves especially when I read of so many others having the same problem. They ought to recall these or warranty the problem. This will likely be the one and only time I purchase Bostitch.
pickler
Review: Bostitch - CAP60P-OF Motor
1 star
pickler
I just talked to a Bostitch sales rep. regarding a set of replacement brushes for my cap60pb-of air compressor and was told they are not available. Why would anyone purchase one of these? I said I would never purchase a Bostitch product again but it did not seem to bother this person. Beware.
We've used it 4 times in one year and it failed. (that seems to be the average rate of usage). All told I suspect it had about 30 minutes total usage. The bearing failed and the piston shaft shattered. This thing is a waste of your money. Bostitch should be ashamed of themselves.
Bobby
Reply: Bostitch - CAP60P-OF This Thing ...

Bobby

Had the same thing happen to mine. I bought the bearing and the rod to repair it. Then I am going to sell this cheap piece of junk.
1314988
Reply: Bostitch - CAP60P-OF This Thing ...

1314988

I also bought a cap60p and it only worked one week before no more than 20# of pressure. I went to find the valve plate and my model had valves in the piston. No design has this feature. Truly junk and it will be in the trash Tuesday.
fancyboxy