Remove the four screws (4), washers (5) and nyloc nuts (6). Discard the nyloc nuts.
Remove the cylinder (3).
Remove and retain the spring pins (8), which locate the cylinder (3) on the cylinder support
If required, the cylinder pads (11) can be removed by removing the screws (12).
Retain the shim pack (10).
To change the two front 1 inch (25mm) reach Cylinders (1) follow operations 1 to 9 above
once access is gained.
Check all threaded components for wear and damage.
Check the hydraulic hoses for damage.
Replace components as necessary.
If the cylinder pad (11) was removed fit the shim pack (10), cylinder pad (11).
Apply thread-locking compound to the screws (12) and secure the cylinder pad (11) and
shim pack (10) to the upper cross beam (2).
Fit the spring pin (8) to the cylinder (3).
Locate the cylinder (3) on the cylinder support bracket (9) and drive the spring pin (8) into
the cylinder support bracket (9).
Fit the four screws (4), washers (5) fit new nyloc nuts (5) and torque tighten to 152 lb/ft
INJURY FROM HYDRAULIC FLUID UNDER PRESSURE. THE WORKING
PRESSURE OF THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM IS 4423 PSI (30495 kPa) AND THERE
MAY BE RESIDUAL PRESSURE IN THE HOSES.
Fit the flexible hydraulic hose (7) to the cylinder (3).
Operate the hydraulic circuit to self purge any trapped air. Check for leaks, rectify as
Check hydraulic oil level and replenish as necessary.
Clean up any spilled hydraulic fluid.