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LBS

Need Good Replacement for Loader Cyls

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I seem to remember a HUGE website for hydraulic cylinders somwhere, One with pics & dimensions and everything (Even Prices!). But I cant find it now. Does anyone now of one like that? I checked Prince.com, Nothing:(. Has anyone ever replaced cylinders on one of the Pow'r Max loaders? And what did you use? Thanks in advance. Lawrence.

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powermax_paul
You can try www.baileynet.com. They will make cylinders to your specs. I'm sure they give quantity discounts, so check with fellow Powermax owners on site to see if anyone else needs one. I could use a new one for my Danco loader too.

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Larry Try BAUM HYDRAULICS (1-800-228-9288) I can't get their web site up for some reason. But I have delt with them in the past. They are great folks to deal with and reasonable pricing. [url]www.baumhydraulics.com/[/url] They have a catolog they will send out I believe.

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Heres what I am getting a quote on from baileynet. Bore: 2.0 in. Stroke: 18 RodDiameter: 1.000 in. RodType: Standard Chrome RodExtension: Default Dimension WallThickness: Default Dimension Working_Pressure: 2500 PSI RetPinCentersOther: 29.25 Port1TypeSize: 1/2-14 NPT Port1Location: 90 degrees Port2TypeSize: 1/2-14 NPT Port2Location: 90 degrees The base has a tang instead of a rod. TangBaseA: 0.500 in. TangBaseAOther: TangBaseE: 2.00 TangBaseB: 1.25 TangBaseC: 1.75 TangBaseD: 1.25 HTRRod = Hole Trough Rod HTRRodA: 0.500 in. HTRRodB: 0.75 HTRRodC: 1.00 UsedforPullingYes: V1 UsedforHoldingYes: V1 I1.x: 79 I1.y: 10 CylinderPurpose: Front Loader In other words it should fit! I'll keep you updated as to price. I am getting the short ones, they should be a couple doller less. If you want a set please reply or PM me, so we can get a discount.

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