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  1. #1
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    May 2008

    Default Back hoe cylinder woes

    Just found my 4530 hoe bucket cylinder had the nut back off. It stopped working. I switched the hoses to the small arm and it still was not working. Tool cylinder apart and nut had come off piston???? It is a locking nut and it was off the rod end. Easy, yet messy, fix. No parts required. Hard to believe it just turned off.Anyone had this happen?

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    Jun 2006
    PNW - Washington - The Evergreen State
    2006 Kubota L3400

    Default Re: Back hoe cylinder woes

    did the piston come off the rod inside the barrel? i can't imagine how you would get it out if it did. i just put mine back together and wondered how tight that nut should be, i don't have a torque wrench but used a 24" cresent to tighten it down and don't think it's going to go anywhere.
    2006 L3400hst (380hrs)
    la463 QA fel, backhoe, toothbar,
    brushhog, boxblade, rake, grapple

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