I have a CA with a hyd cyl under the rearend and it extends forward for the mowing deck. It leaks towards the barrel end where the cyl barrel threads into the deadend part of the barrel. (about 2 inches from the dead end.) What seals this end of the barrel when it is assembled?
Re: Sealing a hyd cyl. in reply to eye4iron, 02-01-2010 07:44:38
Jeff thanks for the reply. The picture of the cyl. did not show what seals the cyl barrel when it is screwed in the front or rear housing. Is there an o-ring or seal? Or does it seal itself by tightening the threads?
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