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Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

TABLE OF CONTENTS

IDENTIFICATION

5

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

10

SEAL SELECTION FOR OTHER THAN CATERPILLAR EQUIPMENT

16

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

17

SNAP-IN WIPER SEALS

20

U-CUP SEALS

23

BUFFER SEALS

28

HEAD WEAR RINGS

30

METAL BEARINGS FOR 300 HEX

33

HEAD SEALS

35

PISTON SEALS

38

PISTON RING SEALS

46

U-CUP SEAL ASSEMBLIES

53

PIN SEALS

54

SNUBBER SEALS

56

TROUBLESHOOTING

57

INSTALLATION

58

HOW TO USE THIS SECTION

61

Hydraulic Cylinders & Seals Sorted By:

Agricultural Tractors

62

Articulated Trucks

67

Backhoe Loaders

83

Compactors - Landfill

119

Compactors - Soil

121

Forest Machines - Feller Bunchers

123

Forest Machines - Forwarders

126

Forest Machines - Harvesters

127

Forest Machines - Knuckleboom Loaders

131

Forest Machines - Skidders

131

Front Shovels / Mass Excavators

139

Hydraulic Excavators

147

Integrated Toolcarriers

212

Material Handlers

219

Motor Graders

220

Multi Terrain Loaders

243

Off Highway Tractors

245

Off Highway Trucks

246

Paving Products - Asphalt Compactors

259

Paving Products - Asphalt Paving Equipment

260

Paving Products - Cold Planers

265

Paving Products - Pneumatic Compactors

266

Paving Products - Road Reclaimers

266

Paving Products - Soil Stabilizers

267

Paving Products - Vibratory Compactors

268

Pipelayers

268

Skid Steer Loaders

270

Telehandlers

275

Track Loaders

283

Track-Type Tractors

313

Wheel Dozers

346

Wheel Loaders

352

Wheel Tractor Scrapers

399

Part Number Index

438

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

INTRODUCTION

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals INTRODUCTION Cat Reman Cylinders and Rods Caterpillar offers Remanufactured Cylinders and

Cat Reman Cylinders and Rods

Caterpillar offers Remanufactured Cylinders and Rods to get the customer back to work quickly. This is an Exchange program, so for each remanufactured unit sold a core (scratched or damaged cylinder or rod) must be returned. Even if ruptured or broken, the core can qualify for partial core credit. Cat Remanufactured Cylinders and Rods are available off-the-shelf for most Cat applications at prices a fraction of new.

Cat Hydraulic Cylinder Seal Kits

The most common cylinder repair is a reseal – and your dealership has a lot to offer customers for this repair. Customers need to be informed there’s a lot more to resealing cylinders than just installing new seals.

Your dealership is committed to resealing cylinders right. That means using proper disassembly and assembly equipment, light honing cylinder tubes, practicing contamination control, checking for other problems such as dented or scored rods, and pressure testing after reassembly.

Another benefit of your dealer’s reseal service is the large inventory of Cat Hydraulic Cylinder Seal Kits. Not only do these kits contain genuine Cat seals, one part number provides all the seals necessary to reseal a Cat cylinder at a price less than the sum of the individual parts.

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

Seal Identification

What is a Seal?

A seal is a device which prevents the escape or passage of a fluid (liquid or gas). A hydraulic cylinder seal is used to seal two surfaces under fluctuating pressure conditions.

Hydraulic Cylinders:

The hydraulic cylinder is the tool which converts hydraulic fluid pressure into work. Even though there are many different designs of hydraulic cylinders, they are relatively similar in the way they are sealed and repaired. Because of this similarity, this guidebook will not address different types of designs. It will suffice to mention that Caterpillar manufactures three different designs: bolt-on head, threaded crown and threaded gland cylinders.

Hydraulic Cylinder Seals:

Caterpillar seals are available as either individual pieces or kits. Kits offer a convenience as well as a cost-savings, priced substantially below the sum of the individual pieces.

Caterpillar hydraulic seals can be used on other makes of cylinders. Cat also offers some of the most popular seal configurations and sizes designed solely for other makes of hydraulic cylinders.*

*Note: Check for availability in your subsidiary.

Identifying Hydraulic Cylinder Seals

Refer to the hydraulic cylinder illustration below. The seals in this Caterpillar cylinder are those typically found in hydraulic cylinders.

cylinder are those typically found in hydraulic cylinders. Use the seal pictures, cross-sections, cutaway illustrations

Use the seal pictures, cross-sections, cutaway illustrations and descriptions on the following pages to help you identify the different types of hydraulic cylinder seals.

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

1a. Press-in Wiper Seal - prevents external contaminants from entering the system. Single-lip (the lip is the

projecting rim or edge of the seal) wipers clean the rod as it retracts. ouble-lipD

and seals oil, eliminating weeping”“

mount. These urethane wipers are metal-encased for added strength. They are often referred to as canned”“ wipers (metal-encased) or ”J“wipers (the metal often forms a J”“shape when viewed in the cross-section).

wipers clean the rod as it retracts

(cosmetic leakage). The double-lip wipers are secured in place with a bearing

The double-lip wipers are secured in place with a bearing Type A Type C Single-lip wiper
Type A Type C Single-lip wiper Modified
Type A
Type C
Single-lip wiper
Modified

Type B

Double-lip wiper

Type D

Modified Single

1b. Snap-in Wiper Seal - prevents external contaminants from entering the system, but used in less severe environmental conditions and lighter duty hydraulic applications than its press-in counterpart.

in less severe environmental conditions and lighter duty hydraulic applications than its press-in counterpart. Type Reg
Type Reg
Type Reg

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

The following various types of snap-in wipers are available for use on other makes of hydraulic cylinders.

“Type SHU”wipers are slotted heel, universal style urethane wipers. The slotted heel acts as a relief slot to prevent a

pressure trap occurring between the rod seal and the wiper. between two seals.

A pressure trap is excessive fluid pressure trapped”“

A pressure trap is excessive fluid pressure trapped”“ Type SHU “Type AN”wipers are a non-current design,
Type SHU
Type SHU

“Type AN”wipers are a non-current design, originally made for the military (ANrefers to Army/Navy). This single-lip wiper is made of urethane.

design, originally made for the military (ANrefers to Army/Navy). This single-lip wiper is made of urethane.
Type AN
Type AN

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

Loaded u-cups are also available for use on other makes of cylinders. The Type“ for increased sealability.

E” loaded u-cup has a back-bevel lip

sealability. E” loaded u-cup has a back-bevel lip Type D Type E Backup Ring Type F
sealability. E” loaded u-cup has a back-bevel lip Type D Type E Backup Ring Type F
Type D Type E
Type D
Type E

Backup

Ring

loaded u-cup has a back-bevel lip Type D Type E Backup Ring Type F 3. Buffer

Type F

3. Buffer Seal -acts as a secondary rod seal and protects the rod from sudden increases in system pressure. There are currently three types of buffer seals. Type A is a one-piece seal made of urethane. Type B is a two-piece bronze filled PTFE seal with a nitrile expander. The notched view in the cross section must face the pressure side for maximum seal performance. Type C is a two-piece urethane seal with a thermoplastic backup ring. This design allows the seal to withstand higher pressures. Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.

Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.
Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.
Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.
Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.
Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.
Type B and Type C buffer seals are designed to prevent seal extrusion and pressure trapping.

Type A

Type B

Type C

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

4. Head Wear Ring - eliminates metal-to-metal contact between the head and rod and prevents scoring (scratching) of the rod by the head.

and prevents scoring (scratching) of the rod by the head. 4a. Metal Bearing for 300 HEX
and prevents scoring (scratching) of the rod by the head. 4a. Metal Bearing for 300 HEX

4a. Metal Bearing for 300 HEX - used instead of plastic head wear ring for many 300HEXhydraulic cylinder groups.

The coated bearing is pressed into the cylinder group head and held in place with a split metal retaining ring. This bearing supports the hydraulic cylinder rod and prevents metal-to-metal contact between the head and the cylinder

rod. See the “Metal earingsB

for 300HEX” section for complete listing.

earingsB for 300HEX” section for complete listing. 5. Head Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of
earingsB for 300HEX” section for complete listing. 5. Head Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of

5. Head Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of a nitrile o-ring and a backup ring, which seals the head to the cylinder wall.

Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of a nitrile o-ring and a backup ring, which seals
Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of a nitrile o-ring and a backup ring, which seals

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

IDENTIFICATION

6. Piston Seal - a two-piece seal, consisting of a piston ring and an expander, which prevents oil transfer between the rod end of the cylinder and the cap end. The piston seal is usually made of Teflon, with nylon available for pressures greater than 3000 psi (20,670 kpa). The various shaped expanders are nitrile. Type 4 consists of a teflon piston ring with a nitrile rubber expander. Type 5 consists of a rubber expander surrounded by bronze filled Teflon on both sides. Type 6 is a urethane u-cup seal used in single acting cylinders.

6 is a urethane u-cup seal used in single acting cylinders. Type 4 Type 1 Type
6 is a urethane u-cup seal used in single acting cylinders. Type 4 Type 1 Type

Type 4

Type 1

Type 2

seal used in single acting cylinders. Type 4 Type 1 Type 2 Type 5 Type 3
seal used in single acting cylinders. Type 4 Type 1 Type 2 Type 5 Type 3

Type 5

used in single acting cylinders. Type 4 Type 1 Type 2 Type 5 Type 3 Type

Type 3

Type 6

7. Piston Wear Ring - supports and centers the piston to prevent metal-to-metal contact between the piston and the cylinder wall.

contact between the piston and the cylinder wall. Chevron Packing - used as gland packing in
contact between the piston and the cylinder wall. Chevron Packing - used as gland packing in

Chevron Packing - used as gland packing in place of rod seals for high pressure applications. While Caterpillar no longer uses this seal design, which is made of a multi-compounded material (usually cotton duck cloth and nitrile), it is often referred to as V-Packing, the shape formed by its cross-section. The end adapters can be tightened down, making the seal adjustable.

adapters can be tightened down, making the seal adjustable. PACKING GLAND HEAD CHEVRON ROD PACKING (STACKED
PACKING GLAND HEAD CHEVRON ROD PACKING (STACKED V-RINGS)
PACKING
GLAND
HEAD
CHEVRON ROD PACKING
(STACKED V-RINGS)

PRESS IN OR SNAP IN WIPER

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Oversize Threaded-Gland Cylinder

The head seal for the oversize threaded-gland cylinder is the standard O-ring and back-up ring. See Illustration 1.

is the standard O-ring and back-up ring. See Illustration 1. Illustration 1. Threaded gland with standard

Illustration 1. Threaded gland with standard head seal. 18 = Head seal.

Oversize Threaded-Crown Cylinder

The head seal for the oversize threaded-crown cylinder is an oval cross-section seal that locates in the lead-in chamfer at the open end of the cylinder. The O-ring and back-up ring groove in the head is left empty. See Chart 2 for part numbers.

Chart 2 Oversize Seals

Standard

Oversize

Bore Size

Head Seal

2.50

8C4889

2.75

8C4890

3.00

8T8367

3.25

8C4891

3.50

8T8368

3.75

8T8369

4.00

8T8370

4.25

8T8371

4.50

8T8372

4.75

8T8373

5.00

8T8374

5.25

8T8375

5.50

8T8376

6.00

8T8377

6.25

8T8378

6.50

8T8379

7.00

8T8380

7.25

8T8381

7.50

8C0553

7.75

8C4892

8.25

8T8382

8.50

8C4893

9.25

8T8383

10.00

8C4895

10.25

8C4896

10.50

8C4897

11.50

8C4898

10.25 8C4896 10.50 8C4897 11.50 8C4898 Illustration 2. Threaded crown with oval seal. 19 = Oval

Illustration 2. Threaded crown with oval seal. 19 = Oval seal.

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Cylinder Assembly Chamfer Dimensions

Oversize threaded crown cylinders are sealed by using an oval head seal that locates in the lead-in chamfer of the cylinder bore. After the cylinder has been honed, compare the chamfer to the specifications in Illustration 4.

Note: Chamfers that do not meet specifications will cause leaks.

If the chamfer is too deep, it can be shortened by machining a maximum of 3.0 mm (.12 in) from the end of cylinder tube (2). If the end of the cylinder is machined, during assembly, check to make sure the crown can be fully threaded onto the cylinder and the threads do not bottom before the head is seated against the cylinder. If the chamfer is not concentric with the cylinder bore, the chamfer must be re-machined so that it is concentric and perpendicular to the bore.

Chamfer Dimensions for Oval Head Seals

to the bore. Chamfer Dimensions for Oval Head Seals Illustration 4.   Chamfer Dimensions Item

Illustration 4.

 

Chamfer Dimensions

Item

Dimension

E

Standard bore

F

0.76 (.030) oversize

H

9.7 (.38) max. on standard size bore

J

8.1 (.32) max. on 0.76 (.030) oversize bore

L

15°

Item

Description

2

Tube

3

Head

19

Oval Head Seal

21

Rod

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Cylinders that Cannot Use Oval Head Seals

Some cylinders cannot accept oval head seals. These cylinders use heads that have a “relief” machined into the square corner where the oval head seal normally locates. Because of the relief, the oval head seal will not fill the cavity and seal the joint. If the cylinder uses a head listed in Column A, it should not be oversized. Instead, offer the customer the retube option through your shop or a Caterpillar Remanufactured Standard Cylinder. If the cylinder uses a head listed in Column B, the cylinder may be honed oversize and oversize seals used.

Oval Head Seals – Chart 3

 

Column A

Effective “In”

Cylinder

Former

Column B

Change Level

Group

Relieved

Current Non-

of Current

No.

Head

Relieved Head

Head

3G2221

9J1747

9T3968

9

3G2221

1U1807

9T3968

9

3G2222

9J1747

9T3968

9

3G2222

1U1807

9T3968

9

3G4598

9J3379

9T3509

11

3G4599

9J3379

9T3509

9

3G5712

9J3379

9T3509

3

6J7810

6J7804

9T6541

5

7J1487

9J0499

9T5896

4

7J1488

9J0499

9T5896

4

 

Group Cancelled

&

Replaced by

8J5779

8J5780

4T7585

8J6337

8J6225

9T6543

4

8J6338

8J6225

9T6543

4

9J3632

9J3626

9T3501

4

1U1766

9J3379

9T3509

5

1U1767

9J3379

9T3509

5

1U1771

3G4415

9T3509

3

 

Group Cancelled

&

Replaced by

1U4679

8J5780

Multiple Numbers

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Oversize Bolted-Head Cylinder

Formerly, the head seal for the oversize bolted-head cylinder was the same oval seal that is used in an oversize threaded-crown cylinder. The oversize bolted-head cylinder is now sealed at the head joint by an O-ring which provides a more effective seal than the oval head seal. An oversize bolted-head cylinder that has successfully operated with the oval seal may be re-sealed without machining the O-ring groove into the flange face. However, it is recommended that the oval seal be replaced by the flange face O-ring seal. Most oversize seal kits include both the oval seal and the O-ring seal in order to accommodate re-seal requirements of both former and current designed cylinders. Caterpillar’s current remanufactured oversize cylinders (bolted-head type) have the O-ring groove machined into the flange face of the cylinder assembly.

machined into the flange face of the cylinder assembly. Illustration 3. Bolted head with face O-ring

Illustration 3. Bolted head with face O-ring seal. 20 = Face O-ring seal.

New Groove Dimensions for O-ring Part Numbers

Oversize bolted-head cylinders that lack the flange face o-ring groove can be reworked to add the groove. Recommended dimensions for the cylinder o-ring face seal grooves have been modified to increase the nominal compression of the o-ring face seal. Recommended groove widths have increased and groove depths have decreased. Recommended groove diameters have not changed. O-ring face seal part numbers also have not changed. The recommended o-ring face seal part numbers and o-ring face seal groove dimensions are listed in Chart 4. Refer to Illustration 5 for clarification.

Dealers who salvage cylinder assemblies of bolted-head cylinder groups by honing the bore oversize will need to use the new dimension recommendations to machine grooves for o-ring face seals. Bolted head cylinder assemblies already having o-ring face seal grooves should not be re-worked to the new groove dimensions.

Note: Some cylinder assemblies have been dealer re-worked to add an o-ring groove to the flange face of the head rather than the cylinder. Do not assemble a cylinder that would mate a cylinder and head both having an o-ring groove.

would mate a cylinder and head both having an o-ring groove. A. Groove Diameter B. Groove

A. Groove Diameter

B. Groove Width

C. Groove Depth

D. Radius

Illustration 5. Seal Groove Width Dimensions

See Chart 4 for item reference and dimensions.

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Seal Part Numbers and Machining Dimensions

Chart 4 Seal Part Numbers and Groove Dimensions

Cyl. Nominal

O-ring Face Seal Part No.

Groove

Groove

Groove

 

Bore Dia.

Dia. (A)

Width (B)

Depth (C)

Radius (D)

76.20

5P2931

87.12

± 0.50

2.40 ± 0.05 (.094 ± .002)

1.33 ± 0.05 (.052 ± .002)

0.4 ± 0.05 (0.16 ± .002)

(3.000)

(3.430 ± .020)

88.90

4F4097

101.96

± 0.05

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(3.500)

(4.014 ± .020)

(.077

± .003)

95.25

7X5494

106.30

± 0.50

2.40 ± 0.05 (.094 ± .002)

1.33 ± 0.05 (.052 ± .002)

0.4 ± 0.05 (.016 ± .002)

(3.750)

(4.185

± .020)

101.60

9X7357

112.52

± 0.50

2.40 ± 0.05 (.094 ± .002)

1.33 ± 0.05 (.052 ± .002)

0.4 ± 0.05 (.016 ± .002)

(4.000)

(4.430 ± .020)

107.95

6S3002

121.00

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(4.250)

(4.764

± .020)

(.077

± .003)

114.30

9X7566

127.36

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(4.500)

(5.014 ± .020)

(.077

± .003)

120.00

1330128

136.00 ± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(4.720)

(5.354

± .020)

(.077

± .003)

120.65

3F5792

136.45

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(4.750)

(5.372

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

127.00

1313716

137.92

± 0.50

2.40 ± 0.05 (.094 ± .002)

1.33 ± 0.05 (.052 ± .002)

0.4 ± 0.05 (.016 ± .002)

(5.000)

(5.430 ± .020)

133.35

2D8009

149.15

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(5.250)

(5.872

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

139.70

9X7358

152.76

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.0.016 ± .004)

(5.500)

(6.014 ± .020)

(.077

± .003)

140.00

2K8257

155.50

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.020 ± .008)

(5.510)

(6.122 ± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

152.40

8T6404

165.46 ± 0.50 (6.514 ± .020)

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(6.000)

(.077

± .003)

158.75

9X7391

171.81

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(6.250)

(6.764

± .020)

(.077

± .003)

160.00

9D8042

176.15

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(6.300)

(6.935 ± .020)

(.077

± .003)

165.10

9D8042

179.17

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(6.500)

(7.054

± .020)

(.077

± .003)

170.00

9X7725

187.50

± 0.50

3.53 ± 0.08 (.139 ± .003)

1.95 ± 0.08

0.4 ± 0.10 (.016 ± .004)

(6.690)

(7.382

± .020)

(.077

± .003)

177.80

5J2383

198.98

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(7.000)

(7.834

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

180.00

5J2383

196.50

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(7.090)

(7.736

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

184.15

5J2383

198.98

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(7.250)

(7.834

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

190.50

3J0634

211.68

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(7.500)

(8.334

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

196.85

3J0634

209.47

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(7.750)

(8.247

± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

200.00

5P3092

225.00 ± 0.50

.407

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(7.87)

(8.858

± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

209.55

4K6804

224.38

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(8.250)

(8.834 ± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

215.90

1T0132

241.22 ± 0.50 (9.496 ± .020)

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(8.500)

(.187 ± .005)

220.00

1M9015

253.92

± 0.50

9.35 ± 0.25 (.368 ± .010)

5.20 ± 0.25 (.207 ± .006)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(8.66)

(9.997 ± .020)

234.95

5S3676

253.92

± 0.50

4.75

± 0.13

2.64 ± 0.13 (.104 ± .005)

0.8 ± 0.20 (.031 ± .008)

(9.250)

(9.997 ± .020)

(.187 ± .005)

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

OVERSIZE CYLINDERS

Chart 4 Seal Part Numbers and Groove Dimensions

Cyl. Nominal

O-ring Face Seal Part No.

Groove

Groove

Groove

Bore Dia.

Dia. (A)

Width (B)

Depth (C)

Radius (D)

254.00

3S3074

276.15

± 0.50

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(10.000)

(10.872

± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

266.70

5P2236

288.85

± 0.50

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(10.500)

(11.372

± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

279.40

1309108

310.50

± 0.50

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(11.00)

(12.224 ± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

292.10

6V3263

314.25 ± 0.50

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(11.50)

(12.372

± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

317.50

1309109

360.50

± 0.50

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(12.50)

(14.193 ± .020)

(.291 ± .008)

330.20

1309110

381.50 ± 0.50 (15.020 ± .020)

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(13.00)

(.291 ± .008)

342.90

1309110

381.50 ± 0.50 (15.020 ± .020)

7.40

± 0.20

3.95 ± 0.20 (.155 ± .008)

1.6 ± 0.40 (.063 ± .016)

(13.50)

(.291 ± .008)

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

SEAL SELECTION FOR OTHER THAN CATERPILLAR EQUIPMENT

Seal Selection for Other Than Caterpillar Equipment

Caterpillar seals can be used on other than Caterpillar equipment. The following section will help you identify which seal is necessary for your repair.

help you identify which seal is necessary for your repair. How to Select the Correct Seals:

How to Select the Correct Seals:

• orF cylinders used on other than Caterpillar equipment, measure the components using the following procedure.To find the correct replacement seal size, the seal groove dimensions in the iron itself should always be measured. Measuring a used seal can give false dimensions due to distortion in size from wear. The hydraulic cylinder illustration below calls out the iron dimensions required to identify the proper size replacement seal.

Diameter of Rod (R)

Groove

Groove

Seal Type

or Cylinder Bore (B)

Width

Diameter

Rod Wiper:

R

A

C

Rod Seal:

R

D

E

Buffer Seal

R

F

G

Head Wear Ring:

R

H

I

Head Seal:

B

J

K

Piston Seal:

B

L

M

Piston Wear Ring:

B

N

O

Should seal replacement be requested by a customer over-the-counter rather than through the service shop, measure the seal’s outside diameter at four equally-spaced areas around the seal. Take the average of these measurements to determine the seal’s outside diameter. Repeat this procedure with the seal’s inside diameter and width (height) to determine seal replacement size.

Use the tables in the following sections to find the right seal for your customer’s repair.

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

and Seals PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS     A   ROD   SEAL GROOVE
   

A

 

ROD

 

SEAL

GROOVE WIDTH (± .02 in)

 

B

DIAMETER

PART

TYPE

GROOVE DIA.

(in)

(mm)

NUMBER

(in)

(mm)

(in)

(mm)

1.00

25.40

7K-1864

URE

0.31

7.92

1.50

38.20

1.18

30.00

144-9480

URE

D

0.39

10.00

1.58

40.02

1.25

31.75

2H-1746

NIT

A

0.28

7.00

1.75

44.50

 

3E-4160

URE

A

0.31

7.92

1.75

44.45

4J-8982

URE

A

0.34

8.60

1.75

44.50

1.37

34.92

3E-4159

URE

A

0.31

7.92

1.88

47.63

1.38

35.00

140-2392

URE

D

0.39

10.00

1.77

45.02

1.50

38.10

3E-4161

URE

A

0.31

7.92

2.00

50.80

 

9J-4037

NIT

A

0.43

11.00

2.25

57.15

226-8202

URE

B

0.43

11.00

2.25

57.15

1.57

40.00

144-9492

URE

D

0.39

10.00

1.97

50.02

1.75

44.45

3E-4162

URE

A

0.31

7.92

2.25

57.15

 

7J-6932

URE

0.31

7.94

2.25

57.25

8J-5817

NIT

A

0.43

11.00

2.44

61.90

231-3539

URE

B

0.43

11.00

2.44

61.90

1.77

45.00

141-0713

URE

D

0.28

7.00

2.16

54.97

 

233-0617

URE

B

0.33

8.50

2.32

59.05

1.83

46.50

099-3929

URE

A

0.33

8.35

2.52

64.02

1.87

47.62

4T-6777

URE

A

0.43

11.00

2.56

65.07

1.88

47.63

227-1143

URE

B

0.43

11.00

2.56

65.07

1.89

47.90

116-3393

URE

A

0.33

8.35

2.52

64.02

2.00

50.80

3E-4164

URE

A

0.31

7.92

2.50

63.50

 

7J-8277

NIT

A

0.43

11.00

2.69

68.23

229-9382

URE

B

0.43

11.00

2.69

68.23

2.13

53.98

227-1145

URE

B

0.43

11.00

2.88

73.03

 

4T-6125

URE

A

0.43

11.00

2.88

73.03

2.22

56.50

096-1884

URE

A

0.33

8.35

2.91

74.02

2.25

57.15

5J-3937

URE

A

0.29

7.35

3.13

79.38

 

3E-4165

URE

A

0.31

7.92

2.75

69.85

7J-8278

NIT

A

0.43

11.00

3.00

76.13

231-3538

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.00

76.13

5H-1513

URE

A

0.51

12.83

3.25

82.55

2.36

59.85

093-1433

URE

F

0.16

4.15

2.96

75.12

2.37

60.32

231-3540

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.12

79.35

2.50

63.50

3E-4166

URE

A

0.31

7.92

3.00

76.20

 

7J-8273

NIT

A

0.43

11.00

3.25

82.55

225-3281

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.25

82.55

2.56

65.00

227-1148

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.31

84.02

2.63

66.68

227-1146

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.37

85.72

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

and Seals PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS     A   ROD   SEAL GROOVE
   

A

 

ROD

 

SEAL

GROOVE WIDTH (± .02 in)

 

B

DIAMETER

PART

TYPE

GROOVE DIA.

(in)

(mm)

NUMBER

(in)

(mm)

(in)

(mm)

2.75

69.80

149-1488

URE

C

0.55

14.00

3.76

95.49

 

3E-4168

URE

A

0.31

7.92

3.25

82.55

7J-8274

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

3.75

95.27

225-3283

URE

B

0.55

14.00

3.75

95.27

2.76

70.00

167-2451

URE

E

0.31

8.00

3.31

84.02

3.00

76.20

3E-4170

URE

A

0.31

7.92

3.50

88.90

 

8J-0249

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

4.00

101.67

225-3284

URE

B

0.55

14.00

4.00

101.67

3.06

77.70

165-9285

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.71

94.23

3.14

79.85

096-0854

URE

F

0.16

4.15

3.75

95.15

3.25

82.55

3E-4173

URE

A

0.31

7.92

3.88

98.43

 

7J-7732

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

4.25

107.95

225-3285

URE

B

0.55

14.00

4.25

107.95

3.26

82.70

165-9286

URE

B

0.43

11.00

3.91

99.23

3.35

85.00

167-2470

URE

E

0.33

8.50

3.90

99.03

 

121-1611

URE

B

0.51

13.00

3.90

99.00

3.41

86.50

093-1441

URE

A

0.33

8.35

4.10

104.02

3.50

88.90

3E-4176

URE

A

0.31

7.92

4.13

104.78

 

7J-8276

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

4.50

114.32

225-3286

URE

B

0.55

14.00

4.50

114.32

3.54

90.00

126-1885

URE

B

0.51

13.00

4.09

104.00

 

094-0723

URE

D

0.53

13.50

4.09

104.00

3.65

92.70

165-9288

URE

B

0.43

11.00

4.30

109.23

3.74

95.00

167-2477

URE

E

0.32

8.20

4.29

109.03

 

167-2476

URE

E

0.33

8.50

4.29

109.03

3.75

95.20

227-1149

URE

B

0.55

14.00

4.75

120.65

 

9J-1325

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

4.75

120.65

8J-6069

URE

A

0.55

14.00

4.75

120.65

3.80

96.50

096-0059

URE

A

0.33

8.35

4.49

114.02

3.94

100.00

133-6904

URE

B

0.51

13.00

4.49

114.00

4.00

101.55

138-9740

URE

A

0.31

8.00

4.50

114.24

 

3E-4177

URE

A

0.31

7.92

4.63

117.48

2D-8540

NIT

A

0.50

12.70

5.00

127.10

225-3287

URE

B

0.55

14.00

5.00

127.00

4.04

102.50

133-6813

URE

B

0.37

9.30

4.77

121.26

4.13

105.00

165-9290

URE

B

0.47

12.00

4.77

121.26

 

2U-5368

A

0.47

12.00

5.12

130.00

4.23

107.50

133-6814

URE

B

0.47

12.00

4.97

126.26

4.25

107.95

225-3288

URE

B

0.55

14.00

5.25

133.35

Hydraulic Cylinders and Seals

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS

and Seals PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS PRESS-IN WIPER SEALS     A   ROD   SEAL GROOVE
   

A

 

ROD

 

SEAL

GROOVE WIDTH (± .02 in)

 

B

DIAMETER

PART

TYPE

GROOVE DIA.

(in)

(mm)

NUMBER

(in)

(mm)

(in)

(mm)

4.25

107.95

9J-1333

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

5.25

133.35

4.33

110.00

165-9291

URE

B

0.47

12.00

4.97

126.26

4.50

114.30

3E-4178

URE

A

0.31

7.92

5.13

130.18

 

225-3289

URE

B

0.55

14.00

5.50

139.70

9J-1337

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

5.50

139.70

4.75

120.60

227-1150

URE

B

0.55

14.00

5.75

146.13

 

9J-1341

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

5.75

146.05

4.82

122.50

165-9292

URE

B

0.47

12.00

5.56

141.26

4.90

124.50

121-1596

URE

A

0.39

10.02

5.64

143.14

5.00

127.00

225-3290

URE

B

0.55

14.00

6.00

152.40

 

9J-1681

NIT

A

0.55

14.00

6.00

152.40

5.12

130.00

165-9293

URE

B

0.47

12.00

5.76