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Re: Hydraulic lift piston

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12-31-2012 09:46:39

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There are 2 types of back up rings. One is made of leather and the other rubber I prefer the rubber ones. Easier to put on and been told they hold up a lot longer

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Cameron Duncan

12-31-2012 12:36:23

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 Re: Hydraulic lift piston in reply to old, 12-31-2012 09:46:39  
Thanks but I already have the leather as per man. rec. so I'll have to try to use it or wait 2 more weeks for a replacement.

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12-31-2012 16:58:01

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 Re: Hydraulic lift piston in reply to Cameron Duncan, 12-31-2012 12:36:23  
soak it in hot water. ( real hot ) for 5 minutes.. then lube with some oil.. and then use 2 spoons ( eatin' spoons ) and walk it on like you were beading a tire on a rim..

leather are mostly what I've used. they worked for 50-60 years.. can't be that bad... I HAVE used the rubber ones. they DO go on easier, and have a cup side.. i won't be alive in 50-60 ys to see if they hold up the same as the leather ones.. so don't matter to me.. :)

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12-31-2012 16:18:35

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 Re: Hydraulic lift piston in reply to Cameron Duncan, 12-31-2012 12:36:23  
Wait 2 weeks. What don't you have any tractor dealers close to you??. Shoot the last time I got the NAA piston and all I called the dealer and they had them on hand. I could have had it sent for an extra $10 or drive 40 miles one way so I ordered it and had it in 2 days

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12-31-2012 13:56:59

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 Re: Hydraulic lift piston in reply to Cameron Duncan, 12-31-2012 12:36:23  
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If you end up needing the rubber one, send me your address via e-mail and I will send you one.


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