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Re: Hydraulic ram IDENTIFY Pics

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John B.

01-19-2013 09:49:50
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I've never seen a set up like that.

Glad to see you have supports in place as a safety practice.

Looks like the ram on the driver's side is bent too. Don't know if you noticed that.




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Rocko

01-20-2013 06:51:19
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 Re: Hydraulic ram IDENTIFY Pics in reply to John B., 01-19-2013 09:49:50  
John, Yes that is why I am trying to figure out where this set up originated. Load was to heavy and when I went to dump the twin ram set up slipped of the drivers side pivot pin (you can see it in the 2nd pic) Actually pushed the dump box frame out widening it from where it should be. Need to improve on how box frame is fastened to truck frame (Is now attach with U-Clamps attaching the 2 frames to each other) but when it slipped out also bent the drivers side rod so that is another repair. Talked to Hydraulics shop and they figure they will most likely have to have a rod machined. $$$. Thanks Rocko.

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Janicholson

01-19-2013 11:16:01
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 Re: Hydraulic ram IDENTIFY Pics in reply to John B., 01-19-2013 09:49:50  
Interesting observation. The stringer seems bent at that location as well, but it may be a camera artifact. The boards of the deck seem to be uniform in relationship to the stringer, making me wonder if it is just the imaging error.
The second photo has some distortion in the driver's side frame rail which does not appear in the top photo! Interesting. Jim



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