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Seals for SBU Tipper Cylinder, part #?

Anyone know the part number for a seal kit for an SBU 5 stack tipper cylinder?
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It would be best to have a VIN, as there might be different styles/applications in the SBU range, or maybe not, unsure.

here's a generic pull from the EPC, repair kit is listed:
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Thanks. I think that's what I need.

The cylinder is a Weber Hydraulik

part number# DB001 553 24 05
ID# 16483

Cylinder part number is almost the same as what you posted. I may have wrote it down wrong.

Don't have vin handy, its a 1700.

I was told by a parts distributor that they are the same cylinders for the 1300-1700 SBUs for the most part. They wouldn't give me the part number though.

I have a huge mercedes dealership nearby that I was told used to import lots of unimogs back in the day. I'm gonna try to see if they can order the parts for me and some unimog apparel tomorrow.

If anyone else has any more info please post it up.
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The part number for the cylinder itself from my old U1700AG (437.100)

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Some info on the piston and repair parts included in the kit:

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You could try Weber direct - they have been very helpful to me in the past.

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You could try Weber direct - they have been very helpful to me in the past.
The hydraulic shop where my mog is tried that. They were apparently told to pound sand. Do you have a contact over there?
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The hydraulic shop where my mog is tried that. They were apparently told to pound sand. Do you have a contact over there?
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Even though my lift cylinders were ancient and no longer made, they were very helpful and after sending them a pic of the cylinder/number, offered to put together a kit at reasonable cost.

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I’m looking to rebuild my tipper cylinder too. (Removed it the other day with the help from my new SEE!) I think it’s different from the one mog710 has. Any help with a manufacturer or part number would be appreciated.
WDB4271121W174901 (1450L)

I’ve heard the rebuild kit itself is $1000! I’d like to
source the most economic option.
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I found this sheet I printed off a couple months ago from another post on here. (Maybe Trev???) looks like this is the cylinder I have, now to source a kit for it.
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