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04-25-2003 16:29:31

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ive got a 64 4000 that had a fire it burned the loader lines and the cylenders have bad pits in the crome part can these be rebuilt?

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04-26-2003 16:52:45

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 Re: ford loader in reply to dave, 04-25-2003 16:29:31  
there are places that fill the pits recrome and straigthen hydraulic cylinder rods,i was quoted around 100 bucks to do two loader rams,that was if i dissasembled them and sent them to there shop. i never bothered since they wernt leaking bad,remember also that all your seals will need to be replaced also,you may be better off to find new cylinders from northern hydraulics of surplus center

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04-26-2003 05:47:53

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 Re: ford loader in reply to dave, 04-25-2003 16:29:31  
You can have shafts made by a machine or hydraulic shop. My local hydraulics man estimated it would cost around $150 per shaft (I think). I decided the pits in my bucket shafts weren't that big of a deal.

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04-25-2003 18:52:10

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 Re: ford loader in reply to dave, 04-25-2003 16:29:31  
Are you being serious?

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