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B Hydraulic lift cylinder

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Danny Martin

12-05-2002 03:54:48

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I am tring to build a Hydraulic cylinder for a 1952 B. I have nothing to go by because the one on it is a retro fit. I would like a working drawing with measurements. A good picture would also help. If there is someone near Buford or Winder Ga I could make my own drawing.

Thanks Danny Martin
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12-07-2002 13:52:22

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 Re: B Hydraulic lift cylinder in reply to Danny Martin, 12-05-2002 03:54:48  
No need to build one unless it's something you just want to do. Used and rebuilt B-C cylinders are around and not very much money. Roger Vancamp has both, don't have his number handy but a search of this board under his name should bring up his number.

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John W.

12-06-2002 17:25:06

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 Re: B Hydraulic lift cylinder in reply to Danny Martin, 12-05-2002 03:54:48  
Danny; I'm assuming you are either working on a front loader or 3pt lift cylinder. In either case they are all retrofits, since "B"s had no such option. The lift cylinders were mounted on the implements, such as pull type mowers, disces, etc. B models did not have 3 point systems, nor do they have live pto's or hydraulics. I have build 3 points on B's and C's and if I can find my Drawing I will pass them along. Ditto, for front loaders, but you have to change the front axle, the stock one isnt strong enough to handle the wieght of the loader and whatever you put in it. The absence of live power and hyd, also make them less than appealing for such convertions.

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12-07-2002 13:47:25

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 Re: Re: B Hydraulic lift cylinder in reply to John W., 12-06-2002 17:25:06  
Ugh, Hydraulics was an option on the earlier Bs and standard on the later ones John W. The cylinder activated a rockshaft used for cultivator lift, mounted plow lift and possibly other rear mounted equipment and stayed on the tractor.

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Michael Draper

12-12-2002 18:44:32

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 Re: Re: Re: B Hydraulic lift cylinder in reply to Butch(OH), 12-07-2002 13:47:25  
Right on, I've got one on my 47.

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12-05-2002 07:44:36

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 Re: B Hydraulic lift cylinder in reply to Danny Martin, 12-05-2002 03:54:48  

I believe there are 2 different sizes. Later models had a larger diameter.

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