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Can someone measure the stroke on their rear cylinder? I might as well go on and put a cylinder in place and plumb it up while I am doing the power steering upgrade.
 

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TheFarm2004 said:
Can someone measure the stroke on their rear cylinder? I might as well go on and put a cylinder in place and plumb it up while I am doing the power steering upgrade.
Sorry I missed your post. I will measure the stroke on my lift cylinder here in a couple hours and then post.
 

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I measured the cylinder tonight after we got done putting the chicken coop in place. The rear lift cylinder has 4" of travel.
 

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NUTNDUN said:
I measured the cylinder tonight after we got done putting the chicken coop in place. The rear lift cylinder has 4" of travel.
Thank You so much, I googled for 2 day and found lots of how to info and pictures but not one post on the stoke.
Thank you again!
David
 
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