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lift cylinder repacking
|jose||how do you open the lift cylinder head in a skidsteer 250, it doesnt unscrew like they usually do nor have a pin, please help
|Hoss||Take the snapring off the outside of the gland and push it back down in the barrel. Now look in the end of the barrel for another snap ring and remove it and pull the whole thing out. If you find a groove with no snapring you will need a kit with an orange plastic groove filler so the snapring inside the gland can jump or slide past it. There are two different designs of cylinders. Hope this helps.
Was using your advice you gave to jose, I removed outer snap ring, then pushed assembly down, removed another ring, asembly almost comes out but doesn't, what else needs to happen? thanks.
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