Well, well, well. On the off chance, what are the odds of a lift cylinder working proper (albeit with the "normal" leakage to be expected from old equipment) strictly with O-rings. Or cords cut to fit.
I think I found a place online that deals solely with those and seals in general.
If the proper dimensions for the needed seal were known I'd probably save more than a fair share of frustration. Tomorrow...after having let that cylinder nut soak in gas to eat up the last of the old seal that stubbornly stayed behind...guess I'll play with the calipers.
By no means am I giving up the search for PROPER replacements, but if there's something that works reliably and wont blow out the instant the hydraulic pump does its thing, I'm game.
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