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    Leaking Curl Cylinder

    FEL curl cylinder has a small leak.. since I don't have a trailer for the 1025FILB I got dealer to agree to let me remove the cylinder and bring it in for repair.

    Looks simple enough, but anybody got suggestions on removal?

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    Nothing too special. I would suggest covering the hydraulic lines once you remove them from the cylinder, either with proper threaded plugs available at a hydraulic shop or you can tape a rubber glove over them.
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    Remove the loader or park the tractor someplace out of the way just in case the rebuild does not go as expected, been there done that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Remove the loader or park the tractor someplace out of the way just in case the rebuild does not go as expected, been there done that.
    ...and block that FEL up in the "install/uninstall position" before releasing the pressure and disconnecting. With one cylinder gone it could settle to the point it could be a hassle on reinstalling.
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