Leaking Cab Tilt Cylinders from Isuzu Hino and Volvo prime movers can be stripped cleaned and resealed with great cost savings, unfortunately most Fleet owners and some owner operators don’t know that this is possible.

Prime Movers that have cabs that tilt to access the engine bay are fitted hydraulically operated Cab tilt cylinders. These cylinders are used to safely raise and lower the cab for access to the engine for regular inspection and or maintenance.

When these Cab tilt cylinders eventually start to leak oil and or fail to raise or tilt the cab, most manufacturers advise that they are a throwaway replacement item, this is not entirely true.

Replacement cab tilt units cost between $600 and $1500 and in the case for this Hino Prime Mover $3000.

High Quality Hino Can Tilt Cylinder for Prime Mover

The high cost of this Hino cab tilt cylinder stems from the fact that it is very well designed and built unit that is fitted with hydraulic and mechanical safety interlocks as well as electrical limit switches.

What most Fleet owners and some owner operators don’t realise is that most truck cab tilt cylinders can be stripped cleaned and resealed with great cost savings.

Preparing to Pressure Test a Resealed Hino Cab Tilt Cylinder.

For cab tilt Cylinder reseals please Contact our service department https://www.mobilehosefixersgoldcoast.com.au/contact-us/

Mobile Hose Fixers & Hydraulics Gold Coast removed striped cleaned, resealed, reassembled and reinstalled this cab tilt cylinder within 24 hours, and they can do it all for around 25 to 50 % of the price of a new cylinder.