Quantcast
Kirk Engines, Inc Cub Cadet Used Parts CADET CONNECTION Cub Cadet Specialties Cub Cadet Specialties

Hydraulic Angled Blade Attachment

Help Support IH Cub Cadet Forum:

jzlatohlavek

New member
Joined
Sep 3, 2014
Messages
4
Location
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
displayname
John M. Zlatohlavek
Has anybody found an "off the shelf" cylinder replacement for the older Cub Cadet hydraulic angled blade attachment (I believe it is PN 61 904 C91)?
It is on a 1650. Mine is leaking past the seals and since the cylinder has welded ends it is not repairable. It seems to be an odd size and I haven't been able to find a cylinder to fit.
Thanks.
 

digger

Administrator
Staff member
Administrator
Moderator
IHCC Sponsor
IHCC Supporter
Joined
Jun 22, 2002
Messages
14,975
Location
Park Rapids Mn.
displayname
Digger
Has anybody found an "off the shelf" cylinder replacement for the older Cub Cadet hydraulic angled blade attachment (I believe it is PN 61 904 C91)?
It is on a 1650. Mine is leaking past the seals and since the cylinder has welded ends it is not repairable. It seems to be an odd size and I haven't been able to find a cylinder to fit.
Thanks.
Michael Masheris has them.
 

kmcconaughey

Keeper of the Photos
Staff member
Administrator
Moderator
Joined
Aug 4, 2006
Messages
16,912
Location
Wisconsin
displayname
Kraig McConaughey
To add to what Digger wrote, Michael is a forum member and his user name is mmasheris. To contact him you can send him a Private Message by clicking on the little envelope button at the upper right of the page.
 

dschwandt

Well-known member
IHCC Supporter
Joined
Mar 31, 2012
Messages
3,201
displayname
David Schwandt
They are repairable by a qualified shop.
They have to be cut apart, repaired and then welded back together,
I have had two of them done by Link Hydraulics in Dubuque, IA
 

dschwandt

Well-known member
IHCC Supporter
Joined
Mar 31, 2012
Messages
3,201
displayname
David Schwandt
They are repairable by a qualified shop.
They have to be cut apart, repaired and then welded back together,

I have had two of them done by Link Hydraulics in Dubuque, IA
Last one was in 2015
Cost $152.04
 

jhately

Member
Joined
Jul 25, 2016
Messages
17
displayname
John Hately
Could someone provide the length and throw of the power angle cylinder. Up here in Canada and choices are slim. Looking for bolt to bolt length fully compressed and fully open.
 

Latest posts

Top