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landscape rake parts (bc 6B)

Discussion in 'Compact Equipment Attachments' started by ctkiteboarding, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. ctkiteboarding

    ctkiteboarding Senior Member

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    the lift cylinder snapped off :(and i need all the hardware and a new chrome piston, stealership wants 1000 for the parts :eek:ouch 800 just for the cylinder assembly any ideas???
     
  2. lgammon

    lgammon Senior Member

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    look at northern tool and see if they have a cylinder that you could adapt to it?
     
  3. KSSS

    KSSS Senior Member

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    I am sure that cylinder is an off the shelf variety, should not be hard to find a replacement. They will want to know the measurements of the existing cylinder. $1000. is crazy. If you spend $150 on a replacement cylinder I would be surprised.
     
  4. ctkiteboarding

    ctkiteboarding Senior Member

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    made a call to the local hydraulic shop ,seems he can set me up with the repair fairly easy and inexpensively, i ordered the small parts, springs etc. from the stealership and hope to have it back together quickly
     
  5. ctkiteboarding

    ctkiteboarding Senior Member

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    on another note ksss , Ive been thinkig about a ctl maybe the 440ct or a 445ct ,had thought the 420ct would works but after having the 435 smaller isnt an option i dont think , whats your experience with the larger case machines ( maybe another tread)