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#1 gtcsreg OFFLINE  

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Posted June 19, 2014 - 06:25 PM

Hey Guys,

 

I have a Snapper 1650 with 3 point,  It has the rear hydraulic cylinder with a slightly bent shaft and significant fluid leak.  I haven't spotted a reasonably priced cylinder anywhere.  I was wondering if anyone had info that could give a matching cylinder that fits another tractor brand?  I have seen a case/ingersol that looked very much like it but I'm just not sure.

 

Thanks for any help,

Reg



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Posted June 19, 2014 - 10:23 PM

I'd figure out the bore and stroke of the cylinder and the pin size and try to cross one that way.  I can try if I have that information.

 

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Posted June 20, 2014 - 09:08 AM

I'd figure out the bore and stroke of the cylinder and the pin size and try to cross one that way.  I can try if I have that information.

 

Ben W.

Thanks for the offer but not sure how to do that.  I'm pretty green on hydraulics.


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Posted June 20, 2014 - 03:31 PM


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Posted June 17, 2015 - 11:16 AM

I'd figure out the bore and stroke of the cylinder and the pin size and try to cross one that way.  I can try if I have that information.
 
Ben W.


Ok I finally had to give up and start this process. My cylinder has an extremely pitted shaft (got it this way and the guy pointed it out). So looking to replace. I used the video below to measure. Here goes: Retracted Dimension is 9 and 3/4 inches (closed center of pin to center of pin), Stroke I measured 5 and 7/8 inches and subtracted 2 inches per instructions for 3 and 7/8 inches. (center of work port to center of work port and subtract approximately 2 inches) Bore I measured 2 and 1/4 inches (inside diameter of tubing or big round housing). Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Reg
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Posted June 17, 2015 - 11:41 AM

I'm actually interested in this too.  I'll try to take some measurements soon to confirm yours, and maybe we can look together for something.


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Posted June 17, 2015 - 12:51 PM

Put some pics up of this cylinder. What pin size to attach it?


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Posted June 17, 2015 - 01:28 PM

 

Put some pics up of this cylinder. What pin size to attach it?

It's raining now and I've been soaked twice so I'll get pin size latter.  Do you mean the pin that attaches to the tractor and the pin that attaches to the 3pt? I assume diameter is what you need?

 

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Posted June 17, 2015 - 09:49 PM

Ok pins are both 3/8 " diameter.



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Posted June 18, 2015 - 12:16 AM

Bore - 2"

 

Stroke - 4"

 

Look around for a used shock absorber with the same size rod for a replacement. You'll have to get the ends threaded to match the original and a seat ground in it to fit the piston.


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Posted June 18, 2015 - 09:44 AM

Bore - 2"

 

Stroke - 4"

 

Look around for a used shock absorber with the same size rod for a replacement. You'll have to get the ends threaded to match the original and a seat ground in it to fit the piston.

That is absolute genius!



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Posted June 18, 2015 - 09:50 AM

Bore - 2"

 

Stroke - 4"

 

Look around for a used shock absorber with the same size rod for a replacement. You'll have to get the ends threaded to match the original and a seat ground in it to fit the piston.

 

 

That is absolute genius!

 

Sure is genius!  Thanks Bob!    I have a couple rough shafts on JB Bush Hogs, but shock absorbers may not have long enough shafting.....but I'll find out!



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Posted June 18, 2015 - 10:01 AM

Bore - 2"

 

Stroke - 4"

 

Look around for a used shock absorber with the same size rod for a replacement. You'll have to get the ends threaded to match the original and a seat ground in it to fit the piston.

All the old scrap yards I used to go to as a kid dried up along time ago.  Scrap iron prices drove them to liquidate a few years back.  I'd buy a new shock if needed but I'd really prefer finding a new suitable replacement.  Since I went back to work and took on deacon responsibility at church I've had very little free time for the projects I'd like to do.  Thanks for the option and your time though.

 

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Posted June 19, 2015 - 06:30 PM

http://www.surplusce...IS-9-7716-4.axd     Very confused. Not exact but wonder if it would work.  Can't just throw money at this unless I'm pretty certain.  Anyone used this for their 1650 3 pt.?



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Posted June 19, 2015 - 06:51 PM

This is a 3-point lift cylinder? On the back side of a Massey? That may just be the ticket! But you will have to redo your mount to fit it!


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