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    Default DU-AL curling cylinder for a model 105 loader

    Does anyone know of a good resource to find one of these cynlinders? I have done searches I would really like to find an original one in working order. The one I have could have a can built for about 500.00. I'm thinking I could do better any thoughts...?

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    Default Re: DU-AL curling cylinder for a model 105 loader

    If you can't find an exact match, you could search this web site for a close match.

    Surplus Center

    These guys have ready made cyl's, or can make you a cyl to your specification.

    Bailey Hydraulic Cylinders Manufacturer

    http://baileynet.com/index.php?id=21
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    Default Re: DU-AL curling cylinder for a model 105 loader

    Thank you sir for your help I will check these places.

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    Default Re: DU-AL curling cylinder for a model 105 loader

    You should be able to get replacement cylinders from any Woods dealer. They purchased DuAl loaders.
    Kubota Grand L 3300, with Woods 165 loader, Kubota 4530 backhoe (restored), JD 660 Tiller, Woods M-5 mower, Ferguson A-B0-22 7 ft disc harrow, Meyer snow plow
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    Default Re: DU-AL curling cylinder for a model 105 loader

    Hey jfay! Thanks for your response I did check with Woods before I came here looking for help. There is a part# right on the side of the can, Woods had no record or any kind of cross reference for this cylinder... Thanks again!!

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