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Old 02-16-2020, 06:54 PM   #1
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Bendix 45013 is out of production

Well, my "simple" Bendix 45013 part is out of production. It's the regulator that attaches to the side of the pump. (45013 is in raised lettering on the unit) pic attached.

I posted this issue originally here: https://www.skoolie.net/forums/f9/ai...sue-29398.html - I didn't have the model number at this time. There are some more pics here.

Bendix website simply shows OEM, not available.

I've tried cross reference, with no luck.
Google shows one on eBay with the right numbers, but it's visually different and magically the 45013 is gone from the listing...

Does anyone know about this part and know if there is a replacement part?
I would even try my hand at a rebuild kit if I could get my hands on one.

Thanks in advance!
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Old 02-17-2020, 09:51 AM   #2
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As said in your other thread. That is a governor, they make them by the hundreds. It's a pretty common part without too many variables or options.

45013 is likely the casting number. I wouldn't count on it being a part number.

Follow what christopher said here.

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sure looks like a standard Bendix D2 governor.. I carry one with me..

most likely you will have a '120 off' / 90 or 100 'On'. meaning cutout is at 120 PSI and it will cut back in at 90 or 100. (both are common values and standard)...

mosty any big-truck style store Like Truck-Pro stocks them.. even some NAPA stores.. esp around trucking yards. has them..

when you get it, it will have some blank plugs you install in the unused ports, be sure to install the lines where they are now and bklankl plugs..

-Christopher
Here is one available from amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071P24RPX..._t1_B005458FYY

Any truck shop should have one on the shelf if you need it asap.

Use teflon tape or thread sealer on the plugs when you install them.
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Old 02-17-2020, 10:03 AM   #3
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Thanks! I knew it governed the air, but wasn’t sure of the specs.

I’ve seen some that looked like they would work, others that wouldn’t.

Thanks for the link.
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