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Bobcat 72" Snowblade Angle Pistons

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by bartolini, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. bartolini

    bartolini Member
    Messages: 55

    Just converted my leaky angle pistons on a 72" Bobcat brand snow blade to Fisher #20116K RAM Assembly 1 1/2" x 10" hydraulic cylinders. Bobcat cylinders cost $250 while Fisher approx $100. No modification necessary. However, I went from 1" clevis top and welded tube bottom over to standard 1" snow plow hole pistons. If you don't understand, just drive your plow over to a real plow store and have the OWNER look at it and read this post. He'll figure it out 1,2,3. Forget the Bobcat seal kit repair b/c getting the stock cylinders apart is a nightmare even for C&C hydraulics in CT. Will cost the same to repair old pistons. I got over 4 hours research and drive time into this so I figured I could save someone the trouble since Internet has no info. Good luck! Thumbs Up