Introducing the Replacement Hydraulic 60″ Snow Blade Cylinder for Bobcat. This product, SKU 1789852872, falls under several categories: Bobcat, Double-Acting Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, Replacement Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, and Welded Cylinders. Manufactured by Bobcat Hydraulic Cylinders, this product is designed for snow blade function and is suitable for Skid Steer/Compact Track Loaders.
The Replacement Hydraulic 60″ Snow Blade Cylinder weighs 24 lbs and has a bore of 2.00″. The rod measures 1.25″ and has a stroke of 9.50″. This product is designed with high-quality materials to ensure durability and efficiency in the toughest weather conditions. The double-acting welded rod hydraulic cylinders provide superior strength and reliability. The replacement welded rod hydraulic cylinders make maintenance easy, ensuring a long-lasting, cost-effective product.
Maintaining the Replacement Hydraulic 60″ Snow Blade Cylinder is straightforward. Routinely checking for any signs of wear or damage, and replacing the hydraulic fluid at recommended intervals, will ensure the cylinder performs at its best. It is also important to ensure the rod is properly lubricated to prevent corrosion and wear.
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Q: What is the weight of the Replacement Hydraulic 60″ Snow Blade Cylinder?
A: The cylinder weighs 24 lbs.
Q: What are the dimensions of the rod and bore?
A: The rod measures 1.25″, and the bore is 2.00″.
Q: How do I maintain my Replacement Hydraulic 60″ Snow Blade Cylinder?
A: Regular inspection for wear or damage, routine replacement of hydraulic fluid, and proper lubrication of the rod are key to maintaining the cylinder.