My WD with the freeman loader is leaking way to much.The cylinder shafts are 1.5 " and look great. Does anyone have info on where to get seals or should I just pull apart and take the samples to a cylinder shop? thanks
Re: freeman loader seals in reply to tom grim, 10-30-2012 15:44:59
You can get them from and AGCO dealer. I"ve rebuilt two sets in the last month. now both may loaders have new seals and don"t leak. it was around $15.00 per set. I don"t know why you wouldn"t just get them from AGCO they come as a set and you need to pull the cylinder apart to install them correctly. The hardest part is getting the snapring off the bottom of the piston. they are v shaped leather seals so soak in oil befor installing. the last pair only took me a hour to do both rams. the ones i took out had been cut to slide over the ram without removing the piston but they have always leaked alittle.
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