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Repack 1 way loader cylinder D15

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09-11-2020 16:13:49

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So I am about to repack the loader cylinders on my old d15. I ordered the seals from sandy lake implement. I very carefully removed the packing, BUT MOST OF IT CRUMBLED TO BITS INSTANTLY!!! Has anyone done this that can walk me through it? The parts catalog pictures dont match exactly what I think I saw. The top most seal survived and the bottom most one seems to be an o ring made onto a cupped washer???? Ive ordered 4 V seals per cylinder. I sure wish I could jusrt put it back together the way it came apart!!! Thanks for any help. Cylinders are old 1 way with 4 bolt dust cap and big snap ring to prevent over extension, packing goes in the big nut at top.

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09-14-2020 07:36:07

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 Re: Repack 1 way loader cylinder D15 in reply to Shawnba67, 09-11-2020 16:13:49  
Ok so the new kit showed up, it has 4 seals in it. If I measure the depth of the bore they go in it measures just a little longer than the stack of 4, however on the cap with 4 bolts has a machined in place to push down on the stack. The packing I took out had a big cupped washer and a thick oring. The packing seal appeared to be all rubber where the agco have a cloth fiber in them. If I use the big washer/oring there is only room for 2 seals? If I just put the 4 seals in the bore the bottom of the metal bore doesnt fit the seal shape nearly as well as the oring does. ANYONE KNOW WHICH WAY IS CORRECT??

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09-14-2020 07:38:19

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 Re: Repack 1 way loader cylinder D15 in reply to Shawnba67, 09-14-2020 07:36:07  
Also the parts diagram Sandy Lake sent me shows a second snap ring under the packing seals, my cylinder only has the single snap ring at end of ram.

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