HYDRAULIC CYLINDER REPAIR
Tools and Special Tools
General Mechanic's Tool Kit
Bearing and Bushing Inserter and Remover
(4-inch seal installation tool)
Engine and Transmission Sling: 3-ton
Hydraulic Cylinder Disassembly Tool (WP 0075)
Retaining Ring Pliers (WP 0113, Table 1, Item 7)
Seal Inserter (3-inch seal installation tool)
Seal Inserter (5-inch seal installation tool)
Suitable Lifting Device
Electrical Insulation Tape
Use extreme care when handling heavy parts. Lifting cables, chains, hooks, and
slings must be in good condition and of suitable capacity. Keep clear of parts
supported only by lifting device.
Hydraulic cylinder sleeves may extend downward as hydraulic cylinder is lifted.
Expect sleeve movement any time hydraulic cylinder is handled.
DO NOT disconnect hydraulic lines while engine is running. Engine must be shut
down and dump body fully lowered or supported on body props before lines are
disconnected. Escaping hydraulic fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin.
Hydraulic oil is slippery and may cause falls. A suitable container should be used
to catch any draining hydraulic fluid. Ensure that all spills are cleaned up
immediately and disposed of in accordance with local procedures.
Eye protection must be worn when removing or installing snap rings or retaining
rings. Failure to comply may result in personnel injury.
Failure to comply may result in personnel injury, death, and/or damage to