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F/S MEC Hyd Cylinder, Reconditioned & REPAIRING

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by birddog1964, Mar 30, 2012.

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  1. birddog1964

    birddog1964 TS Member

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    I have a MEC Hyd Cylinder that has been reconditioned with new seals for 125.00 shipped to your door. Just a note, as seen in pic these do have the screw off ends I stock the seals for these and rebuild them for 40.00 plus return shipping. If you have any questions, my # is 423-743-9233

    Note the cyl that is on base is also rebuild-able, parts in stock

    I will give a 6 month warranty on this cylinder and the cylinder's I rebuild, Knock on wood I have not had any problems with the cylinder's

    I'M SORRY THAT I'VE BEEN OUT OF POCKET, DUE TO MY HEALTH.

    thanks lee


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  2. 1dudley

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    Good to see you back Lee. Certainly missed your inputs on TS, Doug Lewis
     
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    Can you rebuild the very old style of black cylinder? I have a 76H with the original cylider. Rite now,I just slip an upside down Fed primer tray under the loader & catch the drips,changing the tray every few months. Worst part is accidently touching an oily cylinder when making an adjustment.
     
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    RunGunIPSC



    Yes, if the black cyl looks like the one I have pic above on the base, then yes I can rebuild them at $40.00 plus return shipping.

    thanks
    lee
     
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