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    Default How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    I saw the seal leaking the last use of the year. Anyone know how to replace the seal?
    Chute rotator cylinder. 59" snowblower.

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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    Do you have the parts breakdown schematic?
    A pic would be great.

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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    I just looked in JDParts, found the cylinder but no parts breakdown for it. Can you post a picture of it? Particularly the end where the rod exits.
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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    or just sell me the blower for a discount, then you don't have to worry about it!

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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    The seal is coming out.
    I can't see any way to take either end off.
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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeJbird View Post
    The seal is coming out.
    I can't see any way to take either end off.

    Oh man...that cylinder is welded shut. I hate when they use them

    You can try a local shop and see if they will tackle it...or source a replacement cylinder that can be rebuilt. As little stress that is on those cylinders-they should last forever! I assume your out of warranty?
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    Default Re: How do I fix Seal leak SB59" chute cylinder.

    if you need a replacement....i would try surpluscenter.com to see if you can find a match. i'm sure a deere replacement won't be cheap.

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