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Hydraulic Hammer Checks

Now is the time to check your hydraulic hammer for bushing wear. Operating a hammer with worn bushings can cause piston failure which is a $25,000 repair. Also check to replace tool and look for leaks. Hydraulic hammers that are not maintained result in unacceptable repair cost. Lower bushings normally last around 450 hours and uppers 900 hours,

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