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Re: long 3 point backhoe

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08-22-2013 12:02:26

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Thanks for pointing that out. I'm hoping I can get the right cylinder with the info you gave me. There is a place close by that can make them.

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Weldon K

08-22-2013 14:55:09

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 Re: long 3 point backhoe in reply to newboytotractors, 08-22-2013 12:02:26  
I just measured the cylinder . The barrel assembly, item 1 in diagram, is 29-3/4 inches long, plus the gland, item 6 in diagram projects another quarter inch beyond the end of the steel barrel. The gland is made of aluminum. Nothing in the parts book tells the stroke length of this cylinder. I will look in the specifications to see if it states it there.

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08-23-2013 14:24:39

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 Re: long 3 point backhoe in reply to Weldon K, 08-22-2013 14:55:09  
Went by where I got backhoe from and they found cylinder prop beside a building. The cylinder is pitted pretty bad but at least I have something to work with. I wonder what the difference is between a 1199a and a 1199b backhoe.

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Weldon K

08-23-2013 19:29:14

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 Re: long 3 point backhoe in reply to newboytotractors, 08-23-2013 14:24:39  
"A" model had foot pedal operated controls for stabilizers. "B" model had hand operated levers for stabilizers. Glad you found the cylinder.

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08-24-2013 15:16:34

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 Re: long 3 point backhoe in reply to Weldon K, 08-23-2013 19:29:14  
Ok I had been wondering if the pedals where to make it swing or not. Thanks for clearing that up.

I been trying to polish the cylinder up today, it probably will leak put maybe it will be usable to check out the operation of backhoe and then go from there.

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