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Old 05-16-2010, 04:03 PM
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Repairing a Bobcat Tilt-Tach

My Bobcat Tilt-Tach attachment sprung a leak from the cylinder inside, so I popped it apart to figure out why, maybe it was packed full of concrete crush???????????



Cleaned it all out with my bare hands, oil everywhere:



The leaky cylinder, the main seal on the outside was chewed up from all the grinding the crush did on the seal:


I've got a better solution for it later on, the guards on the top of the attachment were taken out after I bought it, so that's where the crush entered in from.
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Old 05-16-2010, 05:41 PM
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ugh, that sux, ive got a leaky bucket tilt cylinder on the rc100 i need to change a seal for, and my pilot block is leaking oil now too...
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