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Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45?

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Alan K

04-29-2013 15:55:08




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I was wondering if anyone had a picture from a parts book for the remote hydraulic cylinders that were used on AC equipment. Im looking for a part number for this bracket. They used a connecting sleeve that was clamped in this bracket and connected two male ends of the hydraulic hose with it. I believe Ive seen it in a disc manual or maybe was in a WD45 parts book. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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Lonnie Smith

04-30-2013 04:03:59




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 Re: Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45? in reply to Alan K, 04-29-2013 15:55:08  
The common bracket is a triangle cut from a flat piece of steel with a small hole for the bolt and a large hole for the hyd. line.



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JMS/.MN

04-29-2013 19:21:10




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 Re: Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45? in reply to Alan K, 04-29-2013 15:55:08  
That is likely just a generic bracket. The AC bracket for the remote coupler was a triangular-shaped flat plate that bolted on the diff cover.



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Alan K

04-29-2013 20:16:15




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 Re: Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45? in reply to JMS/.MN, 04-29-2013 19:21:10  
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Thank you for your reply. I remember seeing a picture of it and listed it in a parts book, like for a disc. They used a "Bruning" brand 3 piece coupler which was a center connecting sleeve with a male end on each end as pictured with this bracket in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The bracket was chained or hooked to the implement and then connected to the male end on the tractor. MM used the same ones as I got seals for the coupler sleeve through AC years ago. The original seals were two pieces and later changed to a single seal. Unfortunately agco doesnt have all parts books for the older equipment.

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Lonnie Smith

04-29-2013 16:29:45




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 Re: Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45? in reply to Alan K, 04-29-2013 15:55:08  
My early parts book shows 2 numbers. The later model is #225715 which does not look like yours and the early one is #223349 but there is no picture of it. The early one was used prior to Sept. 1951.



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Alan K

04-29-2013 20:27:40




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 Re: Part number needed for hyd cylinder bracket on WD WD45? in reply to Lonnie Smith, 04-29-2013 16:29:45  
Thank you for the numbers. What does the other bracket look like?



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