Maintaining your Eagle lift is important to insure continued safe operation. One of the most common maintenance tasks is replacing the seals in your lift’s cylinders. Seals wear down over a period of time or work their way loose. This will be evidenced by leaking hydraulic fluid from the cylinders.
Replacing these seals is easy to do. It requires a simple cylinder seal kit and about an hour. Sure, the instructions (you can see those here) may make it sound complicated, but we want to show you how simple it is. If you’re like me, it’s so much easier when you can see what to do, so we had Beau do this quick tutorial on how to replace the seals on your lift’s cylinder!
8 thoughts on “How-to Replace Your Lift’s Cylinder Seals”
Hello, I appreciate if you gave me information on the part #. or seal kit Number.
We would send you a seal kit based on the lift model. Give our parts line a call and we can get you the correct info, 800-535-0016.
Couldn’t get through to Angela. Need a part # and price on a seal kit for a 4 post GLO #8000 lift.
Thanks, I need to order a seal kit on Monday.
How do you to which cylinders you have a new two post lift so I can get the correct Seal kit from y’all thank you very much
The best thing to do is give us a call with your serial number and model. We can assist
Where would serial number be located on a MTP-9A
It would be on the silver metal plate on the post.