1-1/2" BORE WELDED DOUBLE ACTING CYLINDER W/TUBE & EYE ENDS Brand new, Surplus Center private label cylinder. Internal gland with wire-lock retaining ring. Pin-hole thru rod and cross-tube at base end. Made in USA.
Product #9-7706-10 says a 1.5 inch bore (width of the end that connects to the frame of the Loader) but the PDF says 2 inch. Which is it? I have a Johnson Workhorse loader that needs the tilt cylinders for the bucket. They have a 1.5 inch bore with a 2 inch total tube width and 1 inch rod with 17 inches retracted length, 11" stroke, 28 inches length between center of pins fully extended with 1/2 inch pin hole. will this work or do you have another option?
A: The i.d. of the bore is 1.5". The base end crosstube is 2" wide. The stroke is shorter than yours, so you may see less tilt of the bucket at the end of the stroke. The extended length is an inch shorter, the retracted length is the same. The pin holes are 5/8" and would need bushed down to your pin size. This seems to be the closest thing in this type cylinder.