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    Default Can anyone identify this gland?

    Hi all,

    I'm resealing/repacking all the hydraulics on a case 530CK that I recently purchased. I ran into a snag when I found that one of the swing cylinders does not have the original gland. I can't find any identification numbers on it to find the matching seal kit.

    The main difference from the original is that the outer wiper is rubber instead of the plastic split ring type on the rest of the cylinders. The inner wiper is the split plastic split type like the original. I'm guessing the gland is from a later model case. The cylinder body is original: bore is 4" and the rod is 1.75".

    Does this look familiar to anyone?

    Thanks
    Chris
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    Default Re: Can anyone identify this gland?

    I think what you need is a D95143, though you'll probably have to buy a whole kit to get it.
    G32617 should be the kit number.
    You can go to the Case Construction website, find the online parts tab and type in 32S for the model number. This was the model of the backhoe attachment hooked to the 530CK tractor to verify this information.

    Mark
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    Default Re: Can anyone identify this gland?

    I hope this PDF file uploads correctly.
    It should help you.

    Mark
    1720 Ford 4x4 w/ 7108 FEL
    Case 1845 Uni-Loader NO it's NOT a "C"
    190C John Deere
    Various implements, some store bought, some home made.

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    Default Re: Can anyone identify this gland?

    I didn't realize there were two versions of the swing cylinders for this backhoe. Searching for seal kits for the model 32 kept getting me the split wiper kits only. Thanks for your help!

    Only 2 more cylinders on the loader to rebuild, so hopefully no more surprises. I also found that somebody replaced the dipper/crowd rod with a boom rod (7 inches too long). Had to take it to a shop to cut and reweld to correct length.

    Chris

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