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Wow I haven't seen one bent that good in a long time!
I've seen guys modify aftermarket cylinders to fit, but that would best be done in pairs, and there are no direct replacements available other than from JD.
 

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Wow! What happened?
 

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How is it possible to bend one and not the other?

Curious..

Dan in Oregon
 

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I was pushing up some brush and next thing i knew it was bent. Not real sure how it happened. When i noticed it all i saw were dollar signs lol
 

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Holy Sheet! I've never seen that before!! Keep us updated with the replacement of the cylinders!!
 

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Glad to hear replacement is not too bad, I don't even want to think of the OEM cost from a dealer. You will have to hang the old one on the wall and call it brush art.

The way the harder coating on the rod fractured is neat. Of course neat is a term that can only be used when it is not your rod that is bent.
 

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EMOTICON SHOCKED CRINGE EMBARRASS.jpg

Just, WOW!
 

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Ouch. :banghead:
 

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This is a 4 year old thread.

You can buy parts for the cylinders without having to replace the whole thing.

I put aftermarket cylinders on my 420 loader but I needed all 4 and new hoses anyway.
 

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that's painful to look at.
 
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