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Ford 420 Steering Cylinder Seal

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RedBarnFarm

04-02-2019 11:15:45




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I am trying to replace the seals on the hydraulic cylinder for the steering on my Ford 420 but can't figure out how to get to these seals. The seals I am trying to do are in the kit for #2. The service manual I have says to remove the piston rod bushing retaining snap ring and remove the scraper. I don't see a snap ring on the end? I included pictures of each end of the cylinder.







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Sean in PA

04-02-2019 20:38:51




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 Re: Ford 420 Steering Cylinder Seal in reply to RedBarnFarm, 04-02-2019 11:15:45  
dental pick or a paperclip bent into a small hook on the end.



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RedBarnFarm

04-02-2019 11:56:26




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 Re: Ford 420 Steering Cylinder Seal in reply to RedBarnFarm, 04-02-2019 11:15:45  
Any trick to popping that seal out? I have the replacement for it. Can't really get anything behind it. Maybe a knife edge but I don't want to scare anything up.



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Bob

04-02-2019 11:44:58




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 Re: Ford 420 Steering Cylinder Seal in reply to RedBarnFarm, 04-02-2019 11:15:45  
Looks like there's a snapring behind the outward-facing dirt-exclusion lip seal.

Carefully pop out that seal, and look for the snapring that retains the actual pressure seals.



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