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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinder

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Mitch Light

03-19-2004 17:20:45
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Anyone know of an aftermarket source (other than Caterpillar) for parts for a tilt cylinder on a D7G with straight blade? My tilt cylinder needs repaired and I am told the "rod" is bad and needs to be replaced and I am told that the "barrell" is also bad and can't be bored/honed out and also must be replaced and Caterpillar wants $1,000.00 for the "barrell" and almost $500.00 for the "rod". DelWest in Canada makes aftermarket tilt cylinders but NOT for a straight blade. Anyone know of an aftermarket source for parts?

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jim b

03-20-2004 04:47:20
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 Re: Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinder in reply to Mitch Light, 03-19-2004 17:20:45  
REGAL CORP.HAS MANY CAT AFTER MARKET PARTS VERY GOOD PRICING.THEY HAVE A GOOD WEBSITE,YOU WILL NEED APART NUMBER.YOU MAY ALSO TRY COSTEX IN FLA.1-305-592-9769,THEY ALSO HAVE GOOD NEW AFETRMARKET PARTS.WHEN YOU TALK TO YOUR CAT DEALER ABOUT PARTS FOR YOUR OLDER PIECES BE SURE TO ASK IF THE PART IS AVAILABLE IN THERE CAT CLASSIC LINE,MUCH CHEAPER BUT YOU HAVE TO ASK FOR IT OR THEY WILL SELL YOU THE FRONT LINE PARTS.THERE CLASSIC LINE WAS DEVELOPED AFTER CAT FOUND OUT THE MILLIONS THEY WERE LOSING TO THE AFTER MARKET SOURCES.I HAVE ALOT MORE SOURCES IF YOU NEED THEM E-MAIL ME DIRECTLY.THOSE D7G'ARE GREAT TRACTORS,I HAVE TWO OF THEM AND LOVE THEM.GOOD LUCK . JIM

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Wayne

03-19-2004 20:37:52
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 Re: Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinder in reply to Mitch Light, 03-19-2004 17:20:45  
Hey Mitch I don't know where your located, but there is a place down in Monroe, NC, not to far from us, called Iron Peddlers. They carrie alot of used and aftermarket CAT parts, and if they don't have what you need they can usually find it for you. I'll attach a link in case you want to try them. There is also a place in SC called Spartan filtration that should be able to make you one,alot cheaper that CAT, at least in our past experiences with their work. I don't have their number with me, and I've never been to their shop, they've always picked our stuff up, but I believe they are in Spartanburg, or one of the little communities near there.
Good luck finding your cylinder.

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Davis In SC

03-21-2004 16:00:54
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 Re: Re: Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinde in reply to Wayne, 03-19-2004 20:37:52  
Spartan Filtering Systems Inc. Spartanburg, SC Ph# (864)578-9733



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marlowe

03-19-2004 18:58:19
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 Re: Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinder in reply to Mitch Light, 03-19-2004 17:20:45  
EBAY has a ram not sure if it's what you need check it out 3804733990



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Matt K

03-19-2004 18:41:26
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 Re: Aftermarket Parts For Cat D7G Tilt Cylinder in reply to Mitch Light, 03-19-2004 17:20:45  
Find a good machine shop, they can probably make a new rod and a new tube.



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