2.5" x 8" x 1.5" DOUBLE ROD CYLINDER Brand new double rod, steering type hydraulic cylinder. Both rod ends are drilled and tapped to accept a standard 3/4"-16 tie rod end. A pair of 1" thick steel mounting blocks are welded to cylinder body.
Double acting, double rod
Bore x stroke 2.5" x 8"
PSI Max. 3,000
Rod Dia. 1.5"
Ports SAE 6
Retracted Length 22-1/2" (measured from end of rod to end of rod)
Shpg. 24 lb.
Both Rod Ends Drilled and Tapped
Drilled 2-1/8" deep
Tapped 3/4"-16 x 1-5/8" deep
Wrench flats at rod ends
Cylinder Body Mount
Four bolt mount on 11.50" x 3.62" centers
Untapped mounting holes for 3/8" dia. socket head bolts
A: To fill one side to full extension takes 25.12 cubic inches.
Date Submitted: 10/10/2017
can you supply a ball joint to screw into end of ram or know where one can be purchased ,all I can find are metric thread
A: Our items 13-CMR-12 and 13-AMR-12S will fit, but may not hold up to the forces generated. Search for '3/4-16 ball joint' on the internet and many other vendors are selling various products with varying strengths.
Date Submitted: 09/07/2017
Do these have a poppet valve in the piston? Or have a way to allow oil flow to bleed any air?
A: They do not. Typically any air in the system is cycled back into the reservoir after actuation and bled off through the breather.
Date Submitted: 03/05/2017
Do you offer the mounting blocks for this cylinder? Or will I need to have a set made with the correct mounting dimensions?
A: No optional mounting blocks are available.
Date Submitted: 01/20/2017
Are the 3/4-16 threads for the tierod ends both right hand thread, or is one right hand and the other left hand thread?
A: They are both right hand thread.
Date Submitted: 11/24/2016
do you have similar or same cylinder that comes with 7 or 6 inch stroke ?
A: We do not, no.
Date Submitted: 08/21/2016
How is the stroke measured on this type of cylinder?
A: The 8" stroke is the travel from extreme left to extreme right.
Date Submitted: 09/21/2015
Are these cylinders rebuildable and if do do you sell the rebuild kits?
A: Yes, they can be rebuilt. See the seal kit shown to the right on the web page.