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MH SERIES--TIE ROD EXTENDED MOUNT CYLINDERS VARIANCE IN CONSTRUCTION - TIE RODS EXTENDED MOUNTS There is a construction variance in the 1-1/8", 1-1/2" and 2" bores, and the 2-1/2" bore with a 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" diameter rods, and the 3-1/4" bore with a 2" diameter rod. The round rod gland retainer is not employed on those sizes. A square retainer, the same square size as the head, is used. On the FX and BX mounts, the retainer is se- cured by tie rod nuts and the rod gland cannot be removed without loosening the tie rods. On the RX and NX mounts, the retainer is secured by retainer screws that thread into the head and the rod gland can be removed without loosening the tie rods. VARIANCES IN CONSTRUCTION - DOUBLE ROD END CYLINDERS There is a construction variance in the 1-1/8", 1-1/2" and 2" bore sizes, and the 2-1/2" bore with 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" diameter rods, and the 3-1/4" bore with a 2" diameter rod. The round rod gland retainers shown on the adjacent page are not employed on these sizes. Square retainers, the same square size as the head, are used instead. SIDE FLUSH (SF), SIDE LUG (SL), CENTERLINE LUG (CL), TRUNNION FRONT (TF), AND TRUNNION (T) MOUNTS - The rod gland retainer on one end is secured with retainer screws that thread into the head. On that end, the rod gland can be removed without loosening the tie rods. On the opposite end, the retainer is secured by tie rod nuts and the rod gland on that end cannot be removed without loosening the tie rods in these sizes. END LUG (EL) MOUNT - The lugs serve as nuts on both ends on the bottom two tie rods to secure the square rod gland retainers and tie rod nuts are used on both ends on the top two tie rods for that purpose. The rod gland cannot be removed without loosening the tie rods in these sizes. FRONT HEAD FLANGE (FHF) MOUNT - A rectangular retainer, the same size as the head, is employed on the mount end and a square retainer, the same size as the opposite end head, is used on the other end. The tie rods thread into the retainer on the mount end and tie rod nuts are used on the opposite end. Neither rod gland can be removed without loosening the tie rods in these sizes. Note that when mounting, mounting bolts must be long enough to clear through both the head (G dim.) and the retainer (FF dim.). FRONT FLANGE (FF) AND FRONT FLANGE EXTRA (FFX) MOUNTS - In addition to the sizes mentioned above, in these mounts the construction variance also applies to the 4" bore with a 2-1/2" diameter rod, and the 5" bore with a 3-1/2" diameter rod. The tie rods thread into the flange on the mount end and the flange retains the rod gland. On the opposite end, a square retainer, the same square size as the head, is employed. It is secured by the rod nuts. Neither rod gland can be removed without loosening the tie rods in these sizes. E R AA B.C. DIA. E R BB DD K G LB + STROKE MM ROD DIA. EE WF P + STROKE ZT + STROKE ZB + STROKE Y VB FA K J RD -.001 -.003 WF DD FF K BB G FX AND BX MOUNTS EXTENDED FRONT MOUNT - STYLE FX (ANSI MX3) EXTENDED REAR MOUNT - STYLE RX(ANSI MX2) EXTENDED BOTH MOUNT - STYLE BX (ANSI MX1) EXTENDED NEITHER MOUNT - STYLE NX (ANSI MX0) XT K WF FF SIDE FLUSH (SF) VARIANCE WF FF XS SIDE LUG (SL) VARIANCE WF G W FF XG K TRUNNION FRONT (TF) VARIANCE FF WF EX EO END LUG (EL) VARIANCE S H E F E R Sheffer cylinders JHF Catalog [ Volume 7 ] (314) 427-0600 800-444-0522 (FAX) 314-427-3502 www. j hf.com 1057 Prices Subject to Change Without Notice John Henry Foster pneumatic and hydraulic equipment

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