Cylinders, Inc. is proud to offer assistance with rebuilding John Deere hydraulic cylinders in the Chicagoland area. We have decades of experience working on John Deere equipment and can swiftly make repairs to get it up and running.Request Service
You shouldn’t trust just any team with your John Deere hydraulic cylinder rebuild — it’s important that you find a team of seasoned professionals that has extensive experience working with these products. Our hydraulic cylinder specialists have decades of hands-on experience with John Deere products, allowing us to make fast repairs so you can return to your project and stay on schedule.
Our experts offer custom and hands-on service to repair any obsolete cylinders. In addition, we can design and build you a custom cylinder for your machine. The best part? We pride ourselves on superior service and always have parts in stock to limit downtime for your business.
4920, 4930, 4940.
310SJ, 310SK, 310SL, 325SL, 410G, 410J, 410K.
T560, C670, W660, T660, W650, T670, 9870STS, S670, S660, S690, S685, S680, 9770STS.
7800, 7700, 7500, 7400, 7300, 7200, CS690, 7760, 7660, CP690.
844J, 644K, 959K, 953K, 909K, 903K, 903MH, 903KH, 959M, 953M, 909M, 903M, 844K, 824K, 744K, 764, 444K, 755C, 655C, 544K, 524K, 624KR, 624K, 624J, 605K, 950C, 950J, 1050J, 850JR, 750J, 850J, 655K, 850K, 750K, 755D
300D, 250D, 400D, 350D
843K, 643K, 753JH, 753J, 953K, 909KH, 909K, 903KH, 903K, 953J, 903JH, 903J, 959J, 909JH, 909J, 953G, 903G, 853G, 950, 900, 850, 853JH, 853J, 608S, 608L, 608B, 608, 759G, 759JH, 759J, 753GL, 753G, 703JH, T25, 2628, 2618, 703G, 959K, 703J, 909MH, 903MH, 959M, 953M, 909M, 903M
7180, 7200, 7250, 7280, 7300, 7350, 7380, 7400, 7450, 7480, 7500, 7550, 7580, 7700, 7750, 7780, 7800, 7850, 7950, 7980
1110D, 1490D, 1410D, 810D, 1010D, 1110E, 1210E, 1510E, 1010D, 1711D, 1710D, 1710D.
1470D, 1270D, 970_170D, 770D, 1470E, 1270E, 1070D, 970D, 1407D
R4030, R4038, R4045, R4040.
HOW WE REPAIR
John Deere hydraulic cylinder repair means completely disassembling the cylinder and resealing all the hydraulic components with new seals. There are two distinct types of cylinders in John Deere machines: open wire lock and open snap ring welded cylinders. The type of cylinder in each machine determines how we make repairs.
As soon as we receive your John Deere hydraulic cylinders, we will take a look at the issue. From there, we will put together a repair authorization and quote.
Keep in mind that lead times on repairs are based on part availability, lead time, and our current schedule although we always work diligently to complete the hydraulic cylinder repairs as quickly as possible.
As soon as we have the right cylinder components to take care of your repair, our team will get to work. If there are any schedule changes regarding how long the repair will take, we will be sure to let you know!
Please note that nearly every John Deere hydraulic cylinder that we see receives a “light” honing to ensure that the I.D. doesn’t have any internal leakage or bypass. This helps to extend the life of your piston steels. If necessary, we can also remove more stock from your tube.
We encourage you to reach out to our John Deere hydraulic cylinder repair experts if you have machines that need repairing. If you have questions, we’re always happy to help.
The amount of time that it takes us to complete a repair depends on many different factors such as what parts we have in stock and what our current workload is like. Rest assured that we always work diligently and quickly to deliver reliable repair service in Chicago.
Hydraulic cylinders naturally wear down over time. Unfortunately, this issue cannot be prevented. When the fluid condition is poor, the seal wear will occur more rapidly such as when temperature or contamination is excessive. How long the repair lasts depends on how much you use the machinery and in what conditions.
John Deere hydraulic cylinder failures are frequently caused by contamination and rod damage. Some operators might overlook the early warning signs of a failure to realize the cylinder is not working as it should until unscheduled downtime is required. This is typical as efficiency losses come on slowly.
Consider the following warning signs when using your John Deere hydraulic cylinders and make sure to address cylinder experts for proper John Deere hydraulic cylinder repair:
John Deere recommends changing the hydraulic fluid in your equipment every 1,000 hours of operation or once a year, whichever comes first. However, if your equipment operates in harsh conditions, such as high temperatures or dusty environments, you may need to change the hydraulic fluid more frequently.
John Deere recommends using their brand of hydraulic fluid to ensure optimal performance and protection of your equipment. However, if John Deere hydraulic fluid is not available, you can use a hydraulic fluid that meets the John Deere J20C specification.