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    H130 Problem

    So this afternoon while using my H130 loader I broke one of the fittings that go in to the side of the hydraulic cylinder. Is that fitting part of the cylinder or does it screw on? Not sure if I can replace it or do I need a new cylinder?

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    If you mean the side fitting where the hose attaches, that is welded onto the cylinder. From a JD stand point you would need to replace the entire cylinder. However, if you have a local hydraulic shop they may be able to TIG weld it back on for you.

    Which cylinder specifically is it? Left/right, Boom or curl?

    Photo would help.
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    Here is the picture, you can see the broken fitting on left
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRL1950 View Post


    Here is the picture, you can see the broken fitting on left
    Yep... you are not the first person to break one like that. There have been a few. That nipple is a bit flimsy to start with. JD wants $574 for a new cylinder. A hydraulic shop should be able to repair it for you at a fraction of the cost. I can't seem to find the other postings at the moment to see what their outcome was.
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