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    John deere 210 loader hydraulic

    So yesterday I needed to use the 210 loader. Hooked it up and then decide to mow the yard before I used it. So for the first time since I've owned the tractor I disconnected the bucket to mow first.

    This is when I noticed that the bucket hydraulic cylinder on the left is vary slow to move. The right hand side will be about 3/4 of the way tilted down before the left started to move. Hopefully this makes sense, and same in the other direction.

    My question is does anyone know if the hydraulic cylinders can be rebuilt? Can not find anything online as for a kit from mother deere. I honestly would just have a hydraulic shop do the rebuild. From looking at them it looks hopefully like they are serviceable, as they have snap rings at the end. And if they are able to service them I might have them rebuild all four for good measure.



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    With the bucket removed it is normal for the cylinders to move at different rates. At the bottom of the QA shoes there's a timing bar, check to make sure the roll pins connecting the shoes to the bar are there and not broken. So long as they're okay, you have nothing to be concerned about.
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    Item number 8 is the synchronization bar that Blake is referring to. Make sure that Item 5 pins are not sheared. If the bar is not secured the cylinders will move at different rates. The only reason you'd need to rebuild your cylinders if the seals are leaking.


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    Thank you for the help everyone. I will take a look at the pins to make sure they are not broken later today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    With the bucket removed it is normal for the cylinders to move at different rates. At the bottom of the QA shoes there's a timing bar, check to make sure the roll pins connecting the shoes to the bar are there and not broken. So long as they're okay, you have nothing to be concerned about.
    Just was able to take a look. The number 4 part number is gone. And this is the faster side, witch I believe would make complete sense now! Thank you guy's for the help.

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    Hit up the dealer yesterday. Cheapest part I've ever walked out the door with at $2.79 with tax lol. All is back to normal thanks everyone for the assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad05gsa View Post
    So yesterday I needed to use the 210 loader. Hooked it up and then decide to mow the yard before I used it. So for the first time since I've owned the tractor I disconnected the bucket to mow first.

    This is when I noticed that the bucket hydraulic cylinder on the left is vary slow to move. The right hand side will be about 3/4 of the way tilted down before the left started to move. Hopefully this makes sense, and same in the other direction.

    My question is does anyone know if the hydraulic cylinders can be rebuilt? Can not find anything online as for a kit from mother deere. I honestly would just have a hydraulic shop do the rebuild. From looking at them it looks hopefully like they are serviceable, as they have snap rings at the end. And if they are able to service them I might have them rebuild all four for good measure.



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    My 210 Loader does the same thing but have not been that concerned because the cylinders do not leak just knew that it probably wasn't right. Guess I need to go look at the parts diagram Randy posted and see if I am missing pieces...thanks for the post!
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