Introducing the Replacement Hydraulic Blade Cylinder for Bobcat 7147780 – a cutting-edge cylinder designed to offer unparalleled performance and durability. This cylinder falls under several categories including Bobcat, Double-Acting Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, Replacement Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, and Welded Cylinders. Manufactured by Bobcat Hydraulic Cylinders, this product is compatible with several models including Bobcat E32, Bobcat E32i, Bobcat E35, and Bobcat E35i. Its primary function serves the blade of excavators and mini excavators.
With a SKU of 1238713490, the replacement cylinder weighs 48 lbs. It features a bore and rod of 3.5″ and 1.75″ respectively, with a stroke of 6.25″. These dimensions ensure optimal functionality and compatibility with the specified Bobcat models. To maintain the performance of the cylinder, it is recommended to regularly check the seals for any signs of wear or damage and replace them as needed. Additionally, keeping the rod clean and lubricated can greatly extend the life of the cylinder.
At EVER-POWER, we are proud to offer this high-quality replacement hydraulic blade cylinder, alongside a vast range of other industrial-grade products. We prioritize our customers’ needs and strive to provide the best solutions to their mechanical challenges. Don’t settle for less – enhance the efficiency and longevity of your equipment with our top-quality cylinders. We invite you to explore our range of products and make your purchase today. With EVER-POWER, you are investing in reliability, durability, and exceptional customer service.
- Q: What is the weight of the Replacement Hydraulic Blade Cylinder for Bobcat 7147780?
A: The cylinder weighs 48 lbs.
- Q: What models is the Replacement Hydraulic Blade Cylinder for Bobcat 7147780 compatible with?
A: The cylinder is compatible with Bobcat E32, Bobcat E32i, Bobcat E35, and Bobcat E35i.
- Q: How can the lifespan of the Replacement Hydraulic Blade Cylinder for Bobcat 7147780 be extended?
A: Regularly checking the seals for signs of wear or damage and replacing them as needed, as well as keeping the rod clean and lubricated can extend the life of the cylinder.