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Old 05-12-2005, 09:38 PM
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. Or, how about the hydraulic sissor hinges that Dana has.
Already doing the engines and adding hydraulic steering , I forgot about those hinges but I want to go boating not another project , if you know what I mean.
I think I found a longer one locally , I'll find out tomorrow

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Old 05-12-2005, 10:31 PM
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Lenco, the electric trim tab people make a nice lift cylinder that is not very big in diamater.
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I got tired of replacing electric hatch lft motor every season, so the guys at Falcon put in a hydraulic system with two thin side rams. Works great, faster, quieter and more room in the engine comparment. I will try to check this weekend to see who makes the parts.

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While on the subject, anyone tried those little electric boxes that are supposed to speed up the openers by diverting more power/amps to them? Do they work?
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I typed in many descriptions in the grainger site in an attempt to find them. What are they called?
www.mcmaster.com page 906-907

These guys make all sizes http://www.powerdrives.com/electrak/
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www.nookindustries.com

This is who manufactured mine. 36 inch electric screws.
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I typed in many descriptions in the grainger site in an attempt to find them. What are they called?

Granger calls them "Linear Actuators" page 276 of the book I have (2001-2002)
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