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Old 04-20-2016, 08:22 PM   #11
B47
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Originally Posted by rich and char View Post
I talked to a FR. CC tech , and he said there was no seal kit available.
But was more than willing to transfer me to the parts dept. to purchase a new one which was over 500.00 but I didn't have the part number off mine.
I think i would go the route of my independent hydraulic cylinder repair first and see what that cost. After all to those who know and do , this isn't rocket science and FR. is losing out on a small market. Oh well ,
I would advise you to follow your idea of contacting an hydraulic repair shop first.

It's very possible that the leak is due to leaking O rings and probably are a standard size (s) available in any decent hydraulic repair shop.

These cylinders aren't that complicated to tear down,inspect,repair and re - assemble.

Goggle or do a search for a shop the old fashioned way and look in the Yellow Pages.
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