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Re: Picked up repaired $$$$ cylinder

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08-16-2013 23:00:43

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Ouch is very fitting....did they estimate it for you ahead of time? It can really pay to shop around. I took in a tilt cyl. for a Fiat-Allis FR-12 to be re-sealed a few years ago. He called back to say the barrel (5 inch) was so pitted it needed to be replaced....I thought here goes. They made a new barrel with machining and transferring over attached hardware including re-sealing and painting the cylinder, I paid $440.00 full price. It was hard to believe it could be so reasonable.

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08-17-2013 08:51:25

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 Re: Picked up repaired $$$$ cylinder in reply to EricB, 08-16-2013 23:00:43  
First they said I needed a new rod and it would cost $1600. After asking on here, it was suggested to just use a bigger bolt in the existing rod. I asked the shop and they said they can do that and it would cost about $1100. In a perfect world I could drive around to all the hyd. shops getting prices but since I work I don't have that luxury. I did call another shop and they said the $1100 doesn't sound too out of line. The shop I took it to does good work and they'll stand behind it but holy cow it still seems like a lot of money.

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