Although Buckley digger machines were well engineered and finely built in the 1930s they have 3 areas of weakness in them due to pot metal castings which crumble, crack, and break with time. This re-manufactured part solves the issue of the pot metal camshaft.
This assembly was reproduced by casting a new red brass lobe section from a pot-metal original, therefore all lobes are the proper original shape and placement. The brass casting was line-bored to accommodate the new central shaft.
Minimal clean-up grinding and/or sanding of the lobe section is all that is needed to finish for installation. Additionally, the central shaft can be removed and you can have the lobe section nickel chrome plated.
One (1) only.