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Old 03-08-2015   #1
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Default Aftermarket hydraulics for loader??

Hi - I have an old L225 Kubota with a loader that I think is the LA844. I've had the hydraulic cylinders repaired in the past to the tune of about $400 and just blew one of the bucket cylinders. The OEM specs are as follows:

Stroke 18.5 in. (469 mm)
Bore 2.17 in. (55 mm)
End-End 29 5/8" (closed) 52 3/8" (open)
Part number is 7J275-64014

I'd like to replace all the cylinders with non-Kubota cylinders, but the two bucket ones first. Since they are an odd size, any suggestions on what to replace them with? These Kubota cylinders are NOT an easy repair like every other one I've seen, so I'm ready to switch them out.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 03-08-2015   #2
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Im thinking if you find anything close you win!
Bore and stroke need to be close,pin diameters are difficult to match, sleeves,bushings new pins -something will have to be made.

May cost as much if you have to pay to machine parts to make cylinders work.
Aftermarket kubota cylinders? Dont know of any but im sure they are out there.
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These guys can make you an exact replacement set.
http://www.baileynet.com/
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