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Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!!

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01-24-2014 15:56:40

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What is wrong/broken/non-repairable on the cylinder you have?

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01-24-2014 16:45:30

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 Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!! in reply to Bob, 01-24-2014 15:56:40  

heres a few pics of the real thing.

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01-24-2014 16:30:56

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 Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!! in reply to Bob, 01-24-2014 15:56:40  
The cylinder is actually quite functional. It leaks a little bit, but that I can live with that.
When there's a load in the bucket, it creeps down so you have to constantly feather the controller to keep from dumping your load. Course every time you do that it robs significant power from the motor. It becomes a very orchestrated manoeuver and is no doubt hard on the equipment. I have been living with it for awhile now, but it lately seems to be getting worse, so I thought I would finally fix it.

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01-24-2014 19:06:41

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 Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!! in reply to wmiller, 01-24-2014 16:30:56  
Baum Hydraulics in Omaha, (402) 345-4122 will have any possible seal or packing that could be in that cylinder.

Likely, it used some type of rubberized fabric/graphited packing.

That setup is pretty forgiving of scratches or imperfections in the bore or on the rod, vs. modern "O" rings.

The Baum folks can likely fix you up with a standard replacement packing, or an extra tough type.

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01-24-2014 18:11:17

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 Re: no hydraulic cylinders!!! in reply to wmiller, 01-24-2014 16:30:56  
A good and note I said good Hyds shop would be able to rebuild that cylinder. Most likely reason the bucket creeps down is a bad piston seal in the hyd cylinder or a bad control valve

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