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    Question FEL Cylinder Ends loose on pins

    I noticed that the end of the curl cylinders seem very loose on the pins where they attach to the loader arms. Is this normal?

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    It's normal, they float in there to allow room for grease-you can't tighten them.

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    Thank you for the information.

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