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Hi all
I have this old Campbell Hausfeld 20 gallon compressor that I am restoring. Model# DK0681. Does anyone know where I can get a gasket kit (including head gasket) ?
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I don't want to discourage your rebuild efforts but you can get a replacement pump very close to those specs for around $200.
New cylinder, new piston, gaskets, rings.......etc.
But you may be able to make your own gaskets if you are determined to rebuild the old machine.
 

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Do you have pictures of the old?
Not complete. I didn't try to save them. The pics show what is left of them, and a couple of pics of the cylinder head and parts.
 

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Not complete. I didn't try to save them. The pics show what is left of them, and a couple of pics of the cylinder head and parts.
How do you feel about making your own gaskets?
 

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Thank you very much for the links. I will report back when lt's done.
I bought a similar compressor from Costco in the 90s, same brand. It failed with in a week and convenient they had a service sticker with a phone number on it.
Only to find out they had licensed their name and it wasn't their compressor, it went back to Costco.
 

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I bought a similar compressor from Costco in the 90s, same brand. It failed with in a week and convenient they had a service sticker with a phone number on it.
Only to find out they had licensed their name and it wasn't their compressor, it went back to Costco.
I finally found the right gasket kit on sBay.
 

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