Re: aftermarket bucket cylinder in reply to Bob Hartle, 03-31-2013 11:12:59
Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. LoL Both bucket cylinders need to be the same or one cylinder will get pounded at the end of the stroke or twist your bucket. I agree to look for another shop to make a new shaft if the old one can't be straightened. If it wasn't instantly noticeable the shaft was bent, it can probably be straightened in a press using V blocks and a dial indicator. A machine shop could do this for you and it shouldn't cost very much at all.
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