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Re: Hydraulic seals//O-rings.

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Tony in Mass.

06-19-2013 22:05:19

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You can post this question on 'implement alley forum' too, and if you can post some pictures, maybe someone can get a guess-ta-mate of you loader. Neither of my Davis's still have an id tag either, seems like that is the first thing to get squashed. Glad your rams came out ok.

I wouldn't go any smaller than 14x24, anything bigger than 16 would either hit the loader frame or get spaced too wide to fit on a trailer.
This is my '58 202 just coming back together

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06-19-2013 22:32:42

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 Re: Hydraulic seals//O-rings. in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-19-2013 22:05:19  
Will get some pictures tomorrow...too late here to get any images.
Going to go into the equipment shop...with the entire cylinder this make sure they know what I'm talking about. Can only guess they probably think I'm after a complete rebuild kit when just the internal seals (looked like the remnants of O-rings).

For the tires then 13.6 or 16.5 would be the workable limits as alternates? Have never seen 14s but will keep an eye out anyway.

I've got 1 possible local lead for used tires...and 2 if the 13.6 and 16.5 (I'll double check the clearance on the tractor for the latter) are the min//max it will certainly help with finding a pair of shoes.

NOTE: As of this post a second set of eyes from a guy I'm in regular contact with via Yahoo that lives in Bristol, UK found a loader that looks identical to mine (though mine clearly has had repair welding work in the past). The loader is more than likely an MF100. Hopefully this might help to get the parts I need now.
This post was edited by RuralTowner at 22:47:17 06/19/13 2 times.

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