There was no more ignoring the condition of my New Holland 16LA loader after last year's gardening; but due to the poop hitting the oscillator I managed to delay maintenance for another year. One of the curl cylinders has become a fountain and the other one is also leaking. Well, since I have to take the loader that far apart, I might as well clean the pins, grease zerks and start fresh. Four of the pins are worn badly. I've got the part number, I've got the size, but I'm having a terrible time finding someplace that sells generic pins. Have we evolved/devolved to the point that OEM is the only way to buy replacements for items like this?