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Massey 99 loader cyl

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10-16-2012 07:22:06

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I have a stupid question. I have a lift cylinder leaking and i cant figure out how it comes apart so i can reseal it. They are the one way cylinders. Can anyone give me any tips? thanks

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10-17-2012 09:52:33

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 Re: Massey 99 loader cyl in reply to Thad, 10-16-2012 07:22:06  
I no longer have a MF 99 but I do have parts book
on early 99's. There is an internal snap ring that must come out-then slide the rest out. I am
sure this would also be the case in your Ldr.

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10-16-2012 11:36:50

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 Re: Massey 99 loader cyl in reply to Thad, 10-16-2012 07:22:06  
Not a stupid question at all........and I'm not sure if I have an answer but in looking at one of mine I would think that maybe the end unthreads?

I just took a 99 loader off of a TO-35 I recently bought.
The manual I have only talks about the 2 way cylinder but it does say to remove end cap then tap bearing (bushing) back as far as you can away from lock ring, remove the lock ring. This is for the dump cylinder.
For the lift cylinder it says remove end cap and remove bearing.
It also notes to make sure there is no pressure on the cylinder.......probably goes without saying but it's probably pretty good advice!

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