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    I have this old Hilti TE-60 Combihammer during on-site action it lost the hammering action but it's still working. I asked Hilti Phils they told me that the tool is already phase-out. They offering to trade my tool to their demolition hammer TE 500 X Breaker + cash out of P30,000.

    Since nothing to loose I decided to open the TE-60 and found out :

    1. It runs using an oil and is already drain causing to loose the hammer
    2. it has a piston with o-ring that pushes the hammering rod and lots of O-ring to seal the tool.
    3. It's hard to disassemble if you don't have a service manual. Lot of trial & error.

    I'm on the process of re-building and needed the following:
    1. Various sizes of O-ring. Where is the place to go
    2. Hilti Oil or substitute oil preferably hydraulic oil AW46!?

    I hope you guys can help me put this tool back in action.
    Last edited by bryant77; 12-02-2010, 09:41 AM.

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    Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

    Originally posted by bryant77 View Post
    I have this old Hilti TE-60 Combihammer during on-site action it lost the hammering action but it's still working. I asked Hilti Phils they told me that the tool is already phase-out. They offering to trade my tool to their demolition hammer TE 500 X Breaker + cash out of P30,000.

    Since nothing to loose I decided to open the TE-60 and found out :

    1. It runs using an oil and is already drain causing to loose the hammer
    2. it has a piston with o-ring that pushes the hammering rod and lots of O-ring to seal the tool.
    3. It's hard to disassemble if you don't have a service manual. Lot of trial & error.

    I'm on the process of re-building and needed the following:
    1. Various sizes of O-ring. Where is the place to go
    2. Hilti Oil or substitute oil preferably hydraulic oil AW46!?

    I hope you guys can help me put this tool back in action.
    Try Simplex along Benavidez Street.

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    • #3
      Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

      This is the first time I'm seeing a hand drill running it's hammer action using hydraulics. Looks like a very high quality tool and I hope you fix it.
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      • #4
        Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

        Hilti eh hehe.

        lets cross our fingers the hammer will work again.

        hmmmm...looks like you are going to demolish somebody else's house!
        The devil will find work for idle hands to do.-[I]Morrissey[/I]

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        • #5
          Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

          Originally posted by importer405 View Post
          Try Simplex along Benavidez Street.
          Perfect choice.... Simplex carries a good line of O-rings and you can find the oil you need there as well...

          click my signature and it will take you there........

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          • #6
            Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

            Originally posted by timber715 View Post
            Perfect choice.... Simplex carries a good line of O-rings and you can find the oil you need there as well...
            Here are the O-ring i will be needing.
            Last edited by bryant77; 12-02-2010, 01:51 PM.

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            • #7
              Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

              Originally posted by JayL View Post
              This is the first time I'm seeing a hand drill running it's hammer action using hydraulics. Looks like a very high quality tool and I hope you fix it.
              " It runs using an oil and is already drain causing to loose the hammer".

              I want to correct my post.

              I researched on the web the Hilti TE-60 uses only 70ml of Hydraulic Oil so it means just enough to lubricate the gears, piston & internal parts. More than the recommended oil may caused to break the gears & piston. The hammering action is produced by compressing the air on the chamber and thus pushing the hammering rod. Same principle with other chipping/rotary hammer.

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              • #8
                Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

                Good thing I downloaded a part list from HILTI Website. I was able to get the sizes of O-rings & bearings I needed.

                Tnx to Importer405 for the tips where to buy. Shop from Benavidez has those sizes I need. I spend P1.1K for the sets O-rings & bearings.

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                • #9
                  Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

                  For O-rings and seals simplex is the place to go...

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                  • #10
                    Re: Hilti TE-60 Combihammer

                    Originally posted by spyghost View Post
                    For O-rings and seals simplex is the place to go...
                    Yup, there where I got my O-rings.

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                    • #11
                      Anyone have a copy of the parts manual for this unit as mine died, i need to see it so i can get the correct parts and also so i can figure out how to disassemble it

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