Re: wd allis in reply to steve myers, 05-12-2003 15:41:33
I had mine done at the local hydraulic rebuild shop in my town. That would be the best way. Just shop around. New ones are quite expensive. Or inquire around and maybe get a used set from a parts tractor, but shipping is gonna hurt, which brings you back to price at the local shops. I think, but not positive mine were 2 or 3 hundred. But I had to get all new rams not just the wipe sleeves and packing because the rams were scored.
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