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2250 Loader

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Paul in WI

01-30-2020 05:42:43

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I have a 2250 loader that has a leaking boom cylinder. I have been working with Messick's to get a rebuild kit for it. Messick's and another dealer both show the kit as part 851732C2-624. Not the corect pat. I am unable to find a cylinder that matches mine anywhere on the Case-IH web parts look up.
where are you getting your parts to rebuild your cylinders? Mine only leaks when I let it down. Has great lifting power.

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02-20-2020 18:13:29

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
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Good to know! I have 3 2250s and 3 of the six boom cylinders leak, so I definitely need the cheaper alternatives.

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Paul in WI

02-05-2020 09:15:13

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
I have now had my cylinder fixed. I want to thank all of you that gave me help and feed back!! I was able to find a shop about 40 miles away that only works on cylinders The cost was $120 out the door. Case-IH wanted $200 just for a seal kit!

This is what I learned. My cylinder is a clone of the IH. The outside is the same and the piston is the same. The difference is in the end cap and the seals that are used. The shop told me it looked so much like a IH part that they checked to see if it had a parts number on it, no it didn't. It sure is nice to have a clean shop floor again.

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Eason Lilley

02-04-2020 04:49:58

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
Take a fool's advice. I bought 2 tilt cylinder repair kits for my 2350 IH loader. After looking at the parts diagrams, I carried the cylinders to a local repair shop. They put the kits in for me. They told me they could have fixed it for $50 in parts instead of the $300 I spent with CaseIH. Carry it to a local hydraulic repair shop.

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02-02-2020 04:27:36

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
Rabas implement Luxemburg might know something

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01-30-2020 11:47:23

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
take it apart and remove the seals and take with you to a hydraulic shop and they match them up by measuring them. that's what I do.

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01-30-2020 11:09:43

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
If you are unable to find the cylinder in the IH parts lookup, then maybe it's not an IH cylinder?

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formerly ny bill

01-30-2020 08:01:07

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
if it is an IH (not replacement) cylinder, there should be an IH parts number stamped into the cylinder on the base end by the grease fitting (e.g. 852975C91). there were several dump cylinders used on the 2250s. I have a parts merchandiser book that will show the right kit if you can find the cylinder #. although usually, I only need the end seal and wiper when I redo mine, which I get from a local hydraulic rebuilder.

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formerly ny bill

01-30-2020 08:51:16

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to formerly ny bill, 01-30-2020 08:01:07  
you said boom cylinder, my mistake. also several different of them with the same stroke. see if you can find the cyl#.

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01-30-2020 06:10:31

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 Re: 2250 Loader in reply to Paul in WI, 01-30-2020 05:42:43  
If you have a hydraulic parts supply house close to you, you can usually take the cylinder to them and they would match seals up to it. The one close to me wants it already disassembled or they will charge you extra, and if they have to measure and take dimensions for the seal they will charge you another $5, but if you are not sure of the dimensions, it is worth the $5 to make sure you get the right seals.

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