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Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!!

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wmiller said: (quoted from post at 17:27:55 01/24/14) OK, so further to my getting a replacement hyd cyl for the Dearborn loader.....CANT GET ONE!!!

thought this shop I went to the other day could hook me up, but they cant.
So now I am left with a bucket cylinder that leaks and hold no pressure. Can you still get parts for these old cylinders? (loader is a Dearborn 19-23) I don't thin it would be too difficult to rebuild one of these providing the piston and cylinder itself isn't scratched.
The old cylinder itself is structural to the frame of the loader so it would be very difficult to just fit an after market cylinder in its place.
any thoughts as to what to do here guys? anyone rebuild one of these cylinders? Need help....loaders dead in the water.


Yep - the 19-23 had a trunion mounted bucket cylinder that is a royal PITA to match. The parts diagram below is the 19-42 which used two of the suckers - not quite the same but similar setup and probably the same cylinder. Your choices are rebuild the old one, have someone fabricate a trunion for mounting an OTS cylinder. or redo the whole cylinder mounting scheme.

TOH


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