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Daewoo Forklift - Lift Cylinder Repair


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On your pallet what kept your ram from blowing out of the barrel? It probably couldn't travel far enough.
These had pistons on the bottoms of the rams. I had everything completely apart.
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Now that everyone knows how a single acting cylinder works, it is time for a quiz.

How do you replace the seal in this cylinder? It has a wiper seal and an "0" ring to seal the oil in the cylinder.
These are always fun to spring on the new guy in the shop, the first hint we we tell him is, How would a gynecologist go about it? While he has that stupid look on this face tell him to take the fitting out and look in there. These are found on combines and some John Deere 3 point hitches.
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Default Re: Daewoo Forklift - Lift Cylinder Repair

To take the cylinder apart, you have to work through the port where the oil goes into the cylinder. The ram has two grooves, one large and one small dia. When the snap ring is in the large groove, the ram won't come out of the barrel. To remove the ram, the snap ring has to be in the small dia groove.
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