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    Broken bucket tilt cylinder rod on H130 loader/2025R

    Well, the day was going pretty good until I snapped the rod on half on my bucket tilt cylinder. Not sure if the extreme cold played a part in it, but it really doesnít matter now. Itís an H130 loader and Iím trying to figure out how the rod guide (#9) comes out of the barrel (#2). I popped out the snap ring #16, assuming it was covering something like the holes to use a spanner to unscrew the guide from the barrel. Canít see anything...
    Wondering if anyone might know the secret here, so I can just replace the rod. Any help would be appreciated.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Thanks! Never would have guessed that in a million years. I appreciate the help.


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    If you are not familiar with rebuilding cylinders I recommend you take it to the dealer or a hydraulic shop. If you are replacing the rod you might as well put a seal kit in as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    If you are not familiar with rebuilding cylinders I recommend you take it to the dealer or a hydraulic shop. If you are replacing the rod you might as well put a seal kit in as well.
    Sound advice. Especially when that's where you get the plastic removal ring.
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    Have to head to the dentist but I clicked on the video and see a few more I need to watch. It will be a good way to relax later.
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    Just wanted to say thanks again for the link to the video. I rebuilt many cylinders through the years, but never one this small of from a John Deere. Pretty slick how the small plastic ring you get in the seal kit works to remove the rod guide. I know everyone likes pics so hereís a couple. Now all I have to do is throw it on and learn from my $300 ďlearning experienceĒ.


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    Ouch.
    Any idea what caused this? Just a bad rod or external force improperly applied?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Ouch.
    Any idea what caused this? Just a bad rod or external force improperly applied?
    I was going to go through some of my old training materials on failure analysis and see if I could figure out why but then I decided to just chalk it up to my bad luck.
    Iíve got about 340 hours on my tractor in 1 1/2 years and this is the first thing Iíve broken like this.
    Iím thinking - 16 and heavy loader use probably wasnít the best thing I could do that day. Itís not like I HAD to do it, my choice. Next time Iíll be more careful during this cold weather.


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