I found the 125-A and the 125 online. What is the difference between these part numbers? Do spare parts crossover?
Any customer, retailer, distributor and/or service technician.
In the past year, the model 125-A needle scaler superseded the original 125. The tool specifications are similar, see chart below:
|Bore (in)||Blows/min||Piston Stroke (in)||Length (in)||Weight (lb)||Air Inlet (NPTF)||Air Consumption (cfm)|
The parts for the 125 are not compatible for the 125-A except for the needle set PF2219-22-19. The needle set is the same for either model.
There is a difference in behavior between the 125-A and the 125 when it is used with a chisel attachment.
It is expected that the tool is operated while applying against a workpiece. If not operating against a workpiece with applied pressure, the unit may stop oscillating. Once re-applied to a hard surface, it will begin oscillating and chiseling as normal.