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Cylinder Seal Kit Recomendations
|Mike Fallavollita||I'm curious if anyone out there has recomendations on which cylinder seal kits are worth buying. I have a 1964 530CK and I've pretty much redone all of the hydraulic cylinders in the last 5 years. The first ones I bought were from the Case dealer and a couple of them probably need to be redone again. However, I did a couple this year using kits I bought from Martin Fluid Power and one of them is leaking really badly. Are there any after-market brands worth buying or are the Case OEM kits superior?
|thepumpguysc||I do nt think its the seals that are the major problem as much as the condition of the cylinders themselves. The slightest nick, scratch, or gouge will cause a leak. I've always found it best to take them to a hydrolic rebuild center and let the pro's try it, that way the liability falls on them if they leak.
I had a customer that had a similar problem, the parts for his cylinders could not be found. I picked up a Northern Tool catalouge and found every one of his cylinders NEW of around 100.00 each.. He was a happy camper..I know this doesnt exactly answer your question but it might give you some ideas.
|AJ||equipmentpartssource.com, look up the numbers on the Case CE site use the numbers at EPS
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