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  • Looking for 75 ton hydraulic cylinders

    Now that things have slowed down I have time to build a 150 ton 4 foot wide press brake. Been looking around for a good deal on a couple used matching cylinders (such as e bay and google search) but to no avail. I found an online company in florida called FOX pressbrakes that makes their on cylinders and was quoted a price for $1,200 for a 100 ton cylinder (they dont make anything around a 75 ton).
    Still a little more than I hope to spend so I am checking to see if anyone out their in cyberspace has any leeds to a couple used double acting cylinders around the 75 ton range with an operating pressure of 10,000 psi.
    I will post pictures of the build as it progresses.

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    A friend of mine has about 10 sets of cylinders laying around. Ranging from 50t to 150t. Their in good shape, I will have to call him to get all of the specs if your interested

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    • #3
      Looking for 75 ton hydraulic cylinders

      Weldonwelding,

      I would be interested in what size cylinders your friend may have.

      Thanks!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by weldonwelding View Post
        A friend of mine has about 10 sets of cylinders laying around. Ranging from 50t to 150t. Their in good shape, I will have to call him to get all of the specs if your interested
        Sure, I would appreciate the info.

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        • #5
          You could try Surplus center...

          http://www.surpluscenter.com/home.asp


          If they don't have what you want, call them, they often have stuff
          that isn't cataloged.
          HTH Frank

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Frank865 View Post
            You could try Surplus center...

            http://www.surpluscenter.com/home.asp


            If they don't have what you want, call them, they often have stuff
            that isn't cataloged.
            HTH Frank
            Thanks,

            I did find something that I could use on their site. Not quite what I was wanting but may consider them if I cannot locate anything else. All of their cylinders operate at 3,000 psi which makes for a very large cylinder.

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