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6000 Commander 3 point hyd piston rebuild

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jake collie

09-20-2019 09:07:22




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I realize there are only a few 6000s left out there and even fewer of these need their lift piston rebuilt but I just did mine and here is what I found. The piston has an o ring and a back up ring, both of which are NLA from New Holland. The o ring is McMaster Carr #9452K211 and the back up ring is McMaster Carr #5288T37.
The cover that needs to be removed to access the piston has 3 o rings. The cover o ring (83963231) and smaller square cut o ring (81829207)are still available from New Holland. The larger square cut o ring is NLA. The cover o ring is McMaster Carr #5308T284, the smaller square cut o ring is McMaster Carr #4061T159 and the larger square cut o ring is McMaster Carr #4061T171. If you need to rebuild your lift this should make it a heck of a lot easier for you to do so. I would also suggest fabricating the lifting device pictured in the manual as it makes it much easier to lift the hydraulic housing off. I do have extra o rings I could mail to someone if they need them as I had to buy packs of 25 from McMaster Carr. Just let me know.

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Bern

09-20-2019 19:43:42




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 Re: 6000 Commander 3 point hyd piston rebuild in reply to jake collie, 09-20-2019 09:07:22  
Thanks for the info in case I ever have to do mine. Was it pretty easy to work on once you pulled the housing off? I bet it was a heavy SOB, wasn't it? Everything is on a 6000.

Next time, instead of buying packs of 25, simply take the pieces to your local hydraulic shop. I bet they can match them up on the spot, and not make you buy multiples.



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jake collie

09-23-2019 06:30:27




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 Re: 6000 Commander 3 point hyd piston rebuild in reply to Bern, 09-20-2019 19:43:42  
It was a little heavy but the lifting device made it not too bad.



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