I have an F11 loader with a bad lift cylinder. When cold, it leaks oil like there are no seals in it. Doesn't leak much when the oil gets warmed up. This is after I had the seals replaced. The ram is bent a little and the chrome is dinged up. Where can a guy get a replacement ram? It's usually not a big deal, but I have been out moving snow every day lately. Thanks.
Re: Farmhand F11 loader in reply to John VB, 01-08-2010 06:44:30
No big deal if the shaft is bent unless it is bent very bad. Then just straighten it as best you can. The dings and marks in the chrome can be cleaned up good with thinner and then filled with liquid steel or epoxy. Let them harden for two days and file down with emery cloth. Pop in a new seal kit and your good to go.
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