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    Clyinder is back together and in the crane. Seals were cheap, under 70 bucks for this cylinder.



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    Great to have a handy heavy piece of iron to clamp to. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBlair View Post
    Great to have a handy heavy piece of iron to clamp to. Thanks for sharing.

    Charles
    Gonna start tearing that HBM apart before too long. Only think it's ever done is hold cylinders for me to tear apart.

    I want an actual teat down bench tho. But dead mills work ok for now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by alskdjfhg View Post
    Gonna start tearing that HBM apart before too long. Only think it's ever done is hold cylinders for me to tear apart.

    I want an actual teat down bench tho. But dead mills work ok for now.



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    They can be challenging! At the last place I was spinning wrenches on heavy iron, I welded up a "fixture" on the center post of the shop.
    The post was 6"x6" 1/4" wall, and the fixture basically consisted of a piece of 1-1/2" round welded to it, with an outboard brace that slid on after the cylinder eye to support the round from deflecting too much. I had a few that I had to pull on with bigger machines than myself to break the packing buts loose. Worse one was a JD 120C excavator boom cylinder. Never did get it to let go. Had to cut the nut off. Good stuff!


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