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    Default John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    anyone know if there is an after market cylinder and
    skid plates.doing logging with it and i keep breaking linkage,filters,etc.......

    Thanks all

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Welcome to TBN Zig

    Not sure about the steering cylinder, but a skidplate is definatly available. Read the fourth post in this thread by member BleedGreen, a JD Salesman.
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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by zigo1965
    anyone know if there is an after market cylinder and
    skid plates.doing logging with it and i keep breaking linkage,filters,etc.......

    Thanks all

    PS AWSOME TLB

    What's wrong with the steering cylinder? You can have one custom made at any good hydraulic shop. Plan on bringing your wallet! But on second thought, it's probably would be cheaper than one from JD (?). A custom one can have a larger diameter and a larger rod.

    jb

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    I had the seals go out in one, and a week later the other. JD price was $130 for the kit to rebuild them. I got one build for $40 at a local hydraulic shop, and the other was rebuild by the same guy, but he came to the house to save me the trouble of taking it off.
    No trouble since then.
    David from jax

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Sometimes right from the assembly things go wrong. How many hours do you have on it?

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by art
    Sometimes right from the assembly things go wrong. How many hours do you have on it?
    240 hrs.
    I bit the bullet and got a new one at jd today 365.00
    went to the local shop and said it would cost alot more than that to custom one.
    the one that came with the machine was a welded cylinder
    so we couldn't rebuild it.the new one is rebuildable.

    Thanks all !

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    The ones on my JD2555 are welded also, and were rebuild in a matter of minutes by my favorite hydraulic shop. You just have to know how to take them apart from the inside out.
    Hopefully you kept the old one and will take it to a good hydraulic shop to let them rebuild it.
    David from jax

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandman2234
    The ones on my JD2555 are welded also, and were rebuild in a matter of minutes by my favorite hydraulic shop. You just have to know how to take them apart from the inside out.
    Hopefully you kept the old one and will take it to a good hydraulic shop to let them rebuild it.
    David from jax

    i still have it,maybe i could send it to that guy you had yours done and i'll have it as a back up.

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Nothing wrong with that, because as long as you have a back up part, the original part will never fail!!!
    I would think any good hydraulic shop could rebuild that cylinder.
    Do you have a picture of it that you could post so everyone could see what it looks like?
    Edit your profile so we know what part of the world you live in, and where the nearest good shop is at.
    David from jax

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    Default Re: John Deere 110 Tlb Steering Hydraulic cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by sandman2234
    Nothing wrong with that, because as long as you have a back up part, the original part will never fail!!!
    I would think any good hydraulic shop could rebuild that cylinder.
    Do you have a picture of it that you could post so everyone could see what it looks like?
    Edit your profile so we know what part of the world you live in, and where the nearest good shop is at.
    David from jax
    sorry for long reply computer puked,ill get a pic of it and post

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