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Hydraulic Tilt Cylinder - TM-10-3930-634-340208
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(a) With the cylinder horizontal, fill the rod end
of the cylinder with oil.
(b) Open head end part of the piston to the at-
mosphere.
(c) With the rod end under no load except nor-
mal seal and wiper drag, pressurize the rod end of the
cylinder and record the maximum pressure reached be-
fore piston moves.
(d) Repeat the above procedure for the head end
of the cylinder.
(e) The piston may be operated as necessary for
wear in.
(f) Piston rod will extend with maximum of 15
psi on the piston. Piston rod will retract with maxi-
mum of 25 psi on the rod side of the piston.
(2) Piston leakage test.
(a) Fill cylinder with oil. Seal the rod end and
load the head end of the piston to not less then 2000
psi and hold this pressure for 15 minutes. The packing
gland should be tightened just enough so that leakage
stops.
(b) Measure and record the travel of the piston
during the 15 minutes.
(c) Repeat the above procedure for the rod end
of the cylinder.
(d) Maximum piston rod drift must not exceed
one inch per hour.
f. Installation. Refer to figure 6-7 and install the
tilt cylinder.

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