Introducing the Replacement Skid Steer Cushioned Hydraulic Lift Cylinder for Bobcat Model S590. This product falls under several categories including Bobcat, Double-Acting Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, Replacement Welded Rod Hydraulic Cylinders, and Welded Cylinders. Manufactured by the renowned Bobcat Hydraulic Cylinders, this model is designed for lift functions and is perfectly suited for Skid Steer/Compact Track Loaders. The SKU for this product is 1184561675, it weighs a solid 60 lbs, and has a bore and rod of 2.75″ and 1.63″ respectively. The stroke for this hydraulic lift cylinder is an impressive 21.25″.
The Replacement Skid Steer Cushioned Hydraulic Lift Cylinder is renowned for its durability and high performance. Its double-acting welded rod design provides superior strength and reliability. Maintenance is also a breeze with this model. Regular inspection of the seals and rod surface can ensure the cylinder’s longevity, while routine fluid changes can prevent potential contamination and cylinder failure. Its 60 lbs of weight and compact design make it easy to handle and operate. Its versatile function makes it a valuable addition to any heavy-duty machinery ensemble, enhancing productivity and efficiency.
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- Q: What are the dimensions of the bore and rod?
A: The bore is 2.75″ and the rod is 1.63″.
- Q: What is the weight of the Replacement Skid Steer Cushioned Hydraulic Lift Cylinder for Bobcat Model S590?
A: The weight of the product is 60 lbs.
- Q: What are some maintenance tips for the hydraulic lift cylinder?
A: Regular inspection of the seals and rod surface and routine fluid changes can help ensure the cylinder’s longevity.