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"HydrauLink Category 2 Cylinder - For 40 - 100 HP Tractors, Model# HL-102"

Item# 26693
"The HydrauLink Category 2 is an easy-to-install top link replacement This self-contained unit requires no external pumps or hoses, acting as a shock absorber between a tractor and tow-behind implements. ISO 9000 certified. Category Type 2, Fits Tractors 40 to 100 HP, Stroke Length in. 6, Max. PSI 3,000, Pin Diameter in. 1. Delivers a noticeably gentler ride on all 3-point connection systems Helps you save on costly repairs due to heavy wear and tear Fits 40 - 100 HP tractors 23in. - 34in. pin center mount 1in. pin size Automatically makes small adjustments while you work Allows larger adjustments up to 6in. to be made without leaving the tractor cab 6in. stroke Chrome-plated shafts for protection from corrosion 3000 PSI max. operating pressure Can quickly and easily be moved from one tractor to another"
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Customer Reviews for "HydrauLink Category 2 Cylinder - For 40 - 100 HP Tractors, Model# HL-102"
Review 1 for "HydrauLink Category 2 Cylinder - For 40 - 100 HP Tractors, Model# HL-102"
Overall Rating:
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5 / 5

Huge time (and back) saver

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May 14, 2013
By MistyRidgeMan
from Southeastern Ohio
" I can't believe I fought for years with other top links. Either they would not stay in position, or I would have to tighten the locking nut so hard that it took a hammer to loosen them. No more. I bought a Category 2 Hydraulink (needed the length to match my Pat's Quick Change hitches), and added Category 1 bushings for my 40-HP Kubota and all of my 3-point gear. Hookup is very easy now, and the ability to make small adjustments from the seat of the tractor saves a lot of time. It's a heavy unit -- at least 25 pounds -- so be sure you have a sturdy clamping rig if you plan to keep the top link on the tractor when not in use. "
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