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Sailtec Hydraulic Backstay Cylinder

I have a Sailtec Hydraulic Backstay Cylinder that started to leak. How do I fix it? Do I need to buy a new one? Are there any cheap alternatives?

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Sailtec™ | Marine Hydraulic Systems

Dime 'em up and arrange a rebuild.
Good people.
Sometimes hydraulics will leak.
I have had a Navtec that leaked down repeatedly. Switched to a Sailtec with better results.
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Is everything OK with your hydraulics?
Please let me know and thanks.
Kevin
Kevin Anthony Savitt
Mobile: 920.203.2827

SAILTEC USA
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All is good - thanks
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