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09-30-2013 21:37:08

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Take it to a hydraulic shop... IIRC, the seal kits are NLA through newholland. I know the cylinder is NLA as I had to have one rebuilt this year.


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10-01-2013 06:22:25

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 Re: dick mower in reply to RodInNS, 09-30-2013 21:37:08  
Disc mowers are not that old, how can they be NLA parts already? Not a good sign.....


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10-01-2013 06:35:21

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 Re: dick mower in reply to Paul, 10-01-2013 06:22:25  
Those mowers are OLD. The generation of Kuhn that replaced them is getting to be of advanced age now.
One other option is to go directly to a Kuhn dealer. They might be able to help if they use their heads a little bit. I don't know if it's Kuhn that dropped support for that part or NewHolland... The main thing to consider from a parts standpoint is that not too many people are going to head to the dealer for cylinder parts. That's more generally a trek to a hydraulics shop anyway.


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09-30-2013 21:54:49

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 Re: dick mower in reply to RodInNS, 09-30-2013 21:37:08  
would you no where a hydraulic shop is at in northern ky or ohio

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10-01-2013 08:17:40

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 Re: dick mower in reply to rickymotorbrains, 09-30-2013 21:54:49  
Do a google search for "Hydraulic repairs in Kentucky". I did and it came up with all kinds of places. It even asks you "what city".

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10-01-2013 08:25:06

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 Re: dick mower in reply to randallinMo, 10-01-2013 08:17:40  
ok thanks

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10-01-2013 06:36:22

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 Re: dick mower in reply to rickymotorbrains, 09-30-2013 21:54:49  
No idea in your area. Check the yellow pages for a machine shop that does hydraulic cylinder rebuilding.


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