Hyster E 2.00 XM:
O/S/Ram leaking badly

I have a 1996 Hyster 2.0 and the o/s/ram is leaking really badly and would like to know if 1: I can get a replacement seal kit or 2: If still possible to replace the ram itself and where I can get either of the above.

Your help and advice is always appreciated

  • Posted 24 Aug 2022 03:24
  • Discussion started by Foleyexh
  • United Kingdom
K Foley
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Thanks for the information and what I need to do and get.

I will get into it next week and revert asap

Thanks once again
  • Posted 28 Aug 2022 22:14
  • Reply by Foleyexh
  • United Kingdom
K Foley
yes chances are you can get a seal kit for this
like Mr Thrasher suggested we need more info
-Truck Model and Serial Number
-Mast Number (production number)
-How many stages is the mast? (2 stage? 3 stage?)
-Then there are part numbers stamped on the cylinders (they may be electronically etched into the cylinder tube) so some cleaning may be required to see these numbers)
-OAH (overall height) of the mast assy, this is generally on the data plate.

I know it's a lot to ask for but gotta have it thanks to the engineers at NACCO ;o)
  • Posted 28 Aug 2022 00:48
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
You've been swooped!
Odds are in your favor when it comes to getting the parts you need. What is the Model and serial number of your forklift?
  • Posted 27 Aug 2022 08:02
  • Reply by Adam_Thrasher
  • Oregon, United States
A. Thrasher

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