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So this afternoon while using my H130 loader I broke one of the fittings that go in to the side of the hydraulic cylinder. Is that fitting part of the cylinder or does it screw on? Not sure if I can replace it or do I need a new cylinder?
 

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If you mean the side fitting where the hose attaches, that is welded onto the cylinder. From a JD stand point you would need to replace the entire cylinder. However, if you have a local hydraulic shop they may be able to TIG weld it back on for you.

Which cylinder specifically is it? Left/right, Boom or curl?

Photo would help.
 

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Here is the picture, you can see the broken fitting on left
Yep... you are not the first person to break one like that. There have been a few. That nipple is a bit flimsy to start with. JD wants $574 for a new cylinder. A hydraulic shop should be able to repair it for you at a fraction of the cost. I can't seem to find the other postings at the moment to see what their outcome was.
 
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