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    Default Cylinder seals

    Maybe I should post this question on the hydraulics forum, but in rebuilding the crowd (or dipper) cylinder, I found both the main piston seals facing the same direction. At first I thought someone got one on backward, but now I'm wondering if it's intentional since all the power is needed to crowd/dig/dip and very little to extend the dipper. Any thoughts? Thanks

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    Default Re: Cylinder seals

    Sounds like one is on backward. You still would like to have full pressure to extend the dipper for pushing dirt or other objects with it.

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