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Stratus SRC Rocking Piston Compressor Rebuild Kit

Stratus SRC Rocking Piston Compressor Rebuild Kit

Item #: SRC25K
OUR PRICE: $72.00
Stratus Rocking PIston compressors are easy to rebuild. Rebuilding just means replacing crucial components that wear over time. This kit can easily be installed on location with just a few tools. Repair kits typically need to be installed every 3 to 4 years. ​
  • Kits include piston cup, cylinders, O-rings and cup retainer screws
  • SRC75K includes valve plates with leaf valves installed
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4.4 Based on 7 Reviews
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Rich M.
United States United States
Big Fish

All good. Fish and pond love it

Mike M.
United States United States
Rebuild kit

The quality of your products is less than satisfactory. The rubber for the piston seals should be a better quality or a different material. And the cylinders should be of a Stronger material.

Rick M.
United States United States
Rocking Piston Rebuild

My overall experience was positive. The kit was easy to install and my compressor is back in service. However, I had to bring the compressor to a machine shop to have the tiny bolts that hold the leaf valves in place due to breaking. They are nearly impossible to remove without breaking. After breaking the first, I sprayed the remaining bolts and heated them before attempting to remove them but it was no help. I would recommend not attempting to replace them if you don’t have to. I had to replace them as that was the repair/replacement necessary to restore my compressor. Your customer support guy is great though.

Ryan B.
United States United States
Great kit

This was about the easiest thing I have ever rebuilt. Very easy and made my system work like new agin thanks for a great product.

Peter S.
United States United States
York Public Library pond

The rebuild went as planned by following the instructions and visuals. All the parts were included except for two replacement screws for the piston cup holders, so I used the best two of the old screws. After installing the new capacitor, the compressor runs fine.