Compact Air Products Pneumatic Cylinder Pancake R8x1 9" Dia 1" Piston 3-1/4" New on 2040-parts.com
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
This sale is for one cylinder at a time.If you want both, the shipping will be FREE on the second one..I got these from an overstock sale.They were labeled as new, and definitely look that way. The over all diameter is 9 inches, and the copper colored part is 8"..The steel center piston measures 1.00" diameter and the brass bushing around it is 1.50".If you have any questions, just message me, and I will answer you right away..I will ship right away also.
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