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I have a model 48 backhoe. I scraped up the stabilizer cyl and had to replace it. Went with an aftermarket cyl from Magister for about $170, but had to do some work to the arm because it wasn’t a perfect fit. The whole process is posted on TractorBy Net, here: Stabilizer cylinder replacement on JD Model 48 backhoe
The nice thing about the mod is that changing the cylinder is inexpensive and easy from now on.
 

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@Outerlimits : Yeah, JD likes to use weird size cylinders on that backhoe. I don't know about other places, but I also had to replace my model 48 bucket cylinder. Again, I went with Magister and had to do a little bit of modification to get the replacement to fit. In that case, JD wanted $1500 for the replacement, or $500 just for the rod!
 
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